The largest electrostatic jet printer (ESJET) in Europe is currently being installed in the SPECIFIC cleanroom. This method of printing is able to create lines that are 1/6 width of an average human hair.
A lot of very impressive technology has gone into the new Active Office at Swansea University’s Bay Campus. As the UK’s first energy positive office, its design combines a variety of the most innovative solar technology on the market today to generate more energy than it uses. It’s also unusual […]
The Great Science Share is a national campaign to engage with young people in sharing science learning with new audiences. Last month, I attended Wales’ 1st satellite event which was held in the National Botanic Garden of Wales and attended by 250 pupils, teachers, researchers and scientists. I was there […]
The PV group at SPECIFIC is delighted to report the recent and richly deserved promotion of Matt Carnie and Matthew Davies to Associate Professor and Dr Trystan Watson to Professor Watson!
Engaging and enthusing young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
SEPV (Stability of Emerging Photovoltaics) is a project that was started by Professor Monica Lira-Cantu (ICN2, ES) in collaboration with Dr Francesca Brunetti (CHOSE Rome) to examining the stability of emerging PV technologies. The conference in Barcelona was the final event with the funding for the project coming to an […]
A week-by-week update of the construction of the UK first Active Office
By Justin Searle, SPECIFIC The starting Trio of Worsley (Dave), Watson (Trystan) and Philip (Bruce) embarked on the long journey to PV stardom 10 years ago, what is now a large and successful group with an international reputation started off in the relative wilderness that was Dye Sensitised Solar cells. […]
The Sêr Solar/Sunrise Symposium was held at Bay Campus, Swansea University on 9th November 2017
In September Jenny Baker attended an India – UK Newton workshop on providing clean energy for rural applications organised between IISER Pune and Edinburgh University.