Children returning to lessons at 12 local schools this week are the latest people to be protected by hand sanitiser made at Swansea University
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Frontline housing workers, homelessness support services and the people they look after, many of whom are vulnerable, are the latest groups to be using hand… Read More »Care Home and Frontline Housing Teams Now Using University-Made Hand Sanitiser
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
Four sessions have been designed with a Sustainable Engineering theme in order to motivate young people to get involved with designing tomorrow’s solutions. The topics… Read More »Virtual Sustainable Technology Workshops Target Future Engineers
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 UK has made significant progress in decarbonising the economy – overall emissions have fallen by 40% since 1990 and almost half our electricity came… Read More »Achieving Net Zero: An Issue for Government, Industry and Consumers.