Pharmabees


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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Step up to Science – Summer Camp 2017

Posted on 28 July 2017 by Dean Routledge

  The step-up to University programme aims to raise aspiration, raise attainment and provide support for secondary aged pupils from disadvantaged areas. On Thursday 20th July 2017, the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences hosted 14 secondary aged visitors from across South Wales to give them an insight into Pharmacy, Microbiology, Antibiotics, University life and,
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Visit to Hywel Dda primary school, Ely

Posted on 12 July 2017 by Justine Jenkins

The purpose of this visit was to further support the installation of the beehive at the school. The event itself was attended by around 100 people including school students, staff and parents and involved community groups giving information about the local environment and the need for biodiversity and increased pollinator friendly plants. The Cardiff University
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Bees Open Day

Posted on 20 July 2016 by Helen Murphy

15 July 2016, 11:00 – 16:00 Cardiff University’s School of Pharmacy opened its doors to students, parents, and the wider public to highlight the School’s innovative work on bees and pollinators. The School’s researchers are working with bee keepers from across Wales to isolate novel antibacterial compounds capable of treating antibiotic-resistant hospital ‘super bugs’. The
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Bee friendly planting at Redwood

Posted on 6 April 2016 by Helen Murphy

PHRMY has secured some funding and the help of the Wildlife and Conservation Society to put some bee friendly plants around the Redwood Building both to support our pollinators and represent the science that is carried out in PHRMY. We are scheduled to carry this out on the 21st April between 14.30 and 17.30. If any
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