A new project involving Swansea University researchers and Tata Steel will investigate the potential for recovering waste heat from industry so it can be re-used.… Read More »Warmth not waste: new research will look at re-using waste heat from industry
The ‘Active Buildings Toolkit’ has been developed by Design Manager, Joanna Clarke, to share the principles and learnings from the Active Buildings, with the aim of encouraging others to adopt or improve on them and to support wider uptake of low carbon building design.
In 2011, SPECIFIC was one of six UK Innovation and Knowledge Centres (IKCs) created by the UK Government. Nine years on, and countless projects and… Read More »£6m EU investment in SPECIFIC Innovation & Knowledge Centre recognises project’s success
Swansea University has successfully won funding to reduce the time it takes to sanitise ambulances after carrying a suspected Covid-19 positive patient. Students from the… Read More »Funding for Team to Test Speed Clean of Ambulances Carrying Covid-19 Patients
A solar tech lab at Swansea University has temporarily switched to producing 5000 litres of hand sanitiser a week, to help the NHS fight the Coronavirus outbreak.
The 16 homes, on the site of a former care home, have been designed to maximise solar gain and will use a combination of innovative… Read More »Construction starts on homes that will generate, store & release their own energy
Chancellor of the Exchequer Announces £36 Million UK Funding for Swansea University Clean Energy Innovation
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, The Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP has announced new £36 million UK Government funding to develop clean energy innovation at… Read More »Chancellor of the Exchequer Announces £36 Million UK Funding for Swansea University Clean Energy Innovation