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Glyndŵr University has experts in areas ranging from IT to renewable technologies and art to psychology. Our experts are available for commenting on the latest issues in the news and can be searched using the tools below.

If you can't find a relevant expert, contact the Glyndŵr University Press Office. There are more experts than there are names on the list so we might be able to help. Email press@glyndwr.ac.uk or call 01978 293358.

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A

Abortion

American history and politics

Artificial Intelligence

Arts in Wales


B

Business

Business: Management

Business: Start-ups


C

Careers

Children and Play

Children's University

Church schools (role in society)

Composite engineering

Computer game design

Computer music

Computer networking

Criminal Justice


D


E

E-learning

Entrepreneurship

Exercise referral schemes


F

Family planning

First World War

Futurology


G

Graduate employment


H

Habitat management

Health promotion

Higher education (funding and finance)

Higher education (management)

History - 20th century British

History - Victorian

History - Welsh economic and social

Horticulture

Human resource management

Human sexuality

Hybrid electric vehicles


I

Interaction with sound

J

Journalism

K


L

Landscape and plant use


M

Marketing

Media law


N

Network optimisation

Nutrition


O

Obesity

Organisational management


P

Photovoltaics

Plant science

Postgraduate studies

Psychology of religion

Public health

Physical activity and mental health


Q

R

Radio systems

Renewable energy (technologies; industry in Wales)


S

Science education

Sexual and reproductive health

Sexual dysfunction

Social Housing

Solar cars

Solar energy

Sound design

Sustainability

Sustainable vehicle technologies


T

Teaching

Telecommunications

Theatre (theatre/education in Wales)

Twentieth century British history and politics


U

V

Victorian history

Violence (psychology of peace, conflict and)


W

Wales National Eisteddfod

Welsh culture

Welsh economic and social history

Widening participation


Y

Young people's religious beliefs

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