Month: September 2022


Quantum World: From research to teaching

Posted on 21 September 2022 by Chris North

An exciting meeting to bring together academics and teachers to discuss how STEM in academia could better contribute to our schools & kids. This hybrid online/in-person meeting is a teacher/academia workshop at the School of Physics and Astronomy with the aim to deliver lectures on current research, lab tours, discussions on problems in communicating and
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Students taking part in the Physics Mentoring Project

We are hiring! Physics Mentoring Project roles

Posted on 21 September 2022 by Chris North

Two exciting opportunities have arisen within the School of Physics and Astronomy to join the well-established Physics Mentoring Project. The opportunities are “Project Manager” and “Project Officer”: Project Manger The post-holder will manage and coordinate the project as it expands its reach to include more mentors and schools across Wales. The post-holder will be supported
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Public Event: Gravitational Waves – Hear From The Experts

Posted on 9 September 2022 by Chris North

Hear from some world-leading experts on gravitational waves, and the status of the international network of detectors. Date: Thursday 15th September Time: 1930-2100 Venue: Centre for Student Life, Cardiff University About this event Since the first detection of gravitational waves in 2015, the international network of gravitational wave detectors has continued to grow and the
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