Reviews



Research Day 2017

Posted on 3 March 2017 by Amy Baldwin

On Friday 27th January research staff from across Cardiff School of Biosciences came together to learn, plan and network. The event took place in the Central Queen’s Building from 10 am to 4.30 pm, and was organised by Ken Ewan, Lili Ordonez, Maddy Young, Andrew Hollins, Amy Baldwin and Monica Jakubowska. The aims of the day were to familiarise researchers with the
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Snapshots of BIOSI: The 3-word Photo Contest

Posted on 9 January 2017 by Amy Baldwin

In 2016, we received 50 entries in the BIOSI 3-Word Photo Contest covering many different aspects of BIOSI including teaching, research and engagement activities. There were many entries from the field and some humorous entries too. You can see some of the entries in Twitter HERE. Voting took place at the Millennium stadium at the All Staff
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MEETING REPORT: Time to Change Wales – Mental Health Awareness week: Relationships

Posted on 5 October 2016 by Andrew Hollins

Back in May there was an event hosted as part of the Mental Health Awareness week focusing awareness on the value of relationships in mental well being. The event also served as an opportunity to restate Cardiff Universities commitment to the Time to Change Wales charter (CU pledge) (to which the University pledged its support back in 2014). Mental Health
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ENGAGEMENT / REVIEW : Engagement through film – Cardiff sciSCREEN

Posted on 24 May 2016 by Amy Baldwin

“What is Cardiff sciSCREEN?” Cardiff sciSCREEN events use local expertise to discuss themes and issues raised by contemporary cinema in an entertaining and informative way. The events bring together a panel of experts with different perspectives and backgrounds, and following a film screening each expert shares their thoughts based on their research or personal experience.
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SEMINAR REVIEW: “Urban horticulture – a German perspective”

Posted on 27 April 2016 by Andrew Hollins

Contributed by Dr Jennifer Hiscox (Organisms and Environment (OnE), RSG representative) Seminar review: Urban horticulture – a German perspective by Prof Dr Dr Christian Ulrichs (Humboldt University Berlin) Gardening, and especially growing your own fruit and veg, is becoming increasingly popular in the UK, with demand for allotments sky-rocketing. As a keen (although dreadful) gardener myself,
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