Location: The Great Hall, The Bay Campus, Swansea University
Swansea University’s Research & Innovation Awards celebrate the amazing partnerships we have with external organisations, and the enormous impact these are having across the world. We are confident the event will command widespread attention locally and regionally within the media and amongst highly distinguished supporters and guests. We are delighted to announce that Rt Hon Alun Cairns MP, Secretary of State for Wales has confirmed he will be joining us for the evening, and giving a personal address The high profile, black tie dinner will be held on Thursday 21st June 2018 in the prestigious Great Hall at Swansea University’s Bay Campus. The winners will be announced on the evening, and awards presented in front of approximately 250 guests. There will be a mix of business, health and public sector representation alongside Swansea University staff. This year the awards will also announce the four shortlisted research projects for the prestigious Queens Anniversary Awards Nomination from Swansea University. Attendees will hear from Professor Adrian Luckman on his experience camping out on the Antarctic ice last year, as he and his team tracked one of the largest icebergs ever recorded as it broke away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica. Professor Luckman’s research has received international acclaim, reaching all corners of the world for its enormous impact. The Awards evening includes a pre-event Champagne drinks reception and networking, an a la carte three-course meal and an Awards Ceremony, hosted by Penny Roberts, ex BBC Wales Chief Reporter and one of Wales's most respected and well known television journalists. This event is open to Swansea University’s current partners. To find out how you could partner with Swansea University on Research & Innovation related activities, and take part in next year’s event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 01792 606060.
Area of innovation being demonstrated
Research and Innovation
Who should attend?
Collaborative Partners - Event fully booked