Pharmabees Win Cynnal Cymru Sustainability Award

Posted on 20 December 2017 by thomasr115@cardiff.ac.uk

The Pharmabees team have scooped another award recently, winning the Sustainable FE/HE Institution 2017 prize from Cynnal Cymru (Sustain Wales). They beat out tough competition from Swansea University and Bridgend College. Pharmabees, who are setting up the first bee-friendly university in Wales, are helping sustainability by planting flowers around the city for bees to feed
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ITV Wales interview Professor Les Baillie about honey beer collaboration with local brewery

Posted on 19 December 2017 by Dean Routledge

Professor Les Baillie was interviewed by ITV Wales to discuss the collaboration between Cardiff University (School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences) and the Bang-On brewery in Bridgend to create a beer using honey from the university’s own beehives.  The idea stemmed from the university’s Pharmabees project, which is looking at the potential health benefits of
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STEMlive 2017

Posted on 19 October 2017 by Dean Routledge

James Blaxland and Rhodri Williams represented and promoted the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at STEMlive on the 18th of October 2017 at the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.   The event aimed to show the breadth and diversity of careers that are open to those studying science and math’s subjects at school. At
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Public Involvement Opportunity

Posted on 27 September 2017 by Dean Routledge

Would you like to help inform the research that we do in the School of Pharmacy in Cardiff University? If so, read on……… The School of Pharmacy in Cardiff is involved in research related to health and wellbeing. The research activities of staff in the school aim to understand more about diseases with a view
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Lesley Griffiths with pharmabees

Pharmabees at St Peter’s Community Garden

Posted on 24 August 2017 by Justine Jenkins

On the 22nd August, Prof Les Baillie and some of the pharmabees team went over to the lovely St Peter’s Community Garden in Riverside to meet Lesley Griffiths, AM, Cabinet Secretary for the Environment and Rural Affairs. In 2016 pharmabees provided St Peters with its first bee hive and the funds to enable community volunteers
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Pharmabees visits Arup

Posted on 2 August 2017 by Dean Routledge

Prof Les Baillie recently gave a presentation about the Pharmabee project to colleagues from Arup Cardiff.  Arup is an international consultancy group which  focuses on  improving the built environment and in finding new ways to make our cities better places to live, an aspiration shared with the Pharmabee project.  
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