Part time (0.4) for 6 months
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Last year, the Learned Society of Wales launched a national, cross-institutional, cross-disciplinary Read More
The Society is pleased to announce that the Welsh government has committed to support our Frances Hoggan medal for outstanding research by women in STEMM for a further five years.
The medal is awarded annually in recognition of an outs... Read More
The Society is disappointed by the cuts announced by the UK Government to the ODA-funded budget for Research and Development, and the continuing uncertainty around the funding of Horizon Europe association.
Professor Hywel Thomas, Presi... Read More
Wales must not waste the political and cultural advantages of its bilingualism; a language festival and conference will hear later this month.
This virtual international symposium will explore how Wales can make the most of its unique languag... Read More
A rap about nitrogen and an introduction to quantum theory that even you can understand have won a competition for Welsh school students that took place over the s... Read More
Latest news from Aberystywth University:
'Allowing forests to grow back naturally should be considered alongside other measures like large-scale tree-planting as a critical nature-based approach to mitigating cl... Read More
Today, on World Peace Day, every university in Wales has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, along with the Learned Society of Wales, the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and the Welsh Centre for International Affairs, leading to the establishment of Academi Heddwch Cymru.
Today the Learned Society of Wales, the Royal Irish Academy and the Royal Society of Edinburgh have issued a statement in response to the UK Government’s recent announcement on controlled numbers for English domiciled students, in England and in the devolved administrations.