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School Science Club

School Science Club

Posted on 4 April 2018 by Rhys Thomas

At the end of 2017 Cardiff University’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences took their research findings into eight primary schools in the Newport region of South Wales. In a pilot […]

STEMlive 2017

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 Brain Games at the National Eisteddfod 2016

The Brain Games at the National Eisteddfod 2016

Posted on 11 August 2016 by Helen Murphy

Thousands of people came through the doors of the science pavilion over the 8 days of the festival enjoying the multitude of activities on offer. Uniquely, our activities where both […]

Visit to Mount Stewart Primary School

Visit to Mount Stewart Primary School

Posted on 13 June 2016 by Helen Murphy

June 2016 Prof Arwyn Jones visited the Mount Stewart Primary School in Cardiff showing the children Working Polymers activities.

Soapbox Science 2016

Soapbox Science 2016

Posted on 4 June 2016 by Helen Murphy

Two members of staff from our School, Dr Emma Lane and Dr Polina Prokopovich, joined a variety of female speakers from across Wales for the Soapbox Science Event. Dr Emma Lane, […]

STEM activities at Tongwynlais primary School

STEM activities at Tongwynlais primary School

Posted on 23 March 2016 by Helen Murphy

Dr Polina Prokopovich and Dr Stefano Perni from Cardiff University visited Tongwynlais Primary School on 16th March 2016 for their British Science Week along with other visitors to inspire the […]

STEM day activities

STEM day activities

Posted on 25 June 2015 by Helen Murphy

We ran a number of activities at Cardiff University's annual STEM conference, meeting over 400 A level students from a local college.

Using honey bees to discover new drugs

Using honey bees to discover new drugs

Posted on 1 August 2014 by Helen Murphy

Dr Les Baillie has been working with honey bees and the National Botanic Garden of Wales to identify plant derived drugs which could be used to treat antibiotic resistant hospital pathogens. […]