Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
We work collaboratively with public, community and civic groups across all bioscience disciplines to enhance the quality of our educational and research activities.
We have developed a wide range of interactive activities to excite and encourage young learners and increase public awareness of our research and the biosciences.
Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) loan box
This A level biology outreach activity provides hands-on learning directly in your classroom with relevant equipment, reagents, protocols and powerpoints all included on a temporary loan basis. The Polymerase Chain Reaction loan box can usually be additionally supported by a researcher and/or undergraduate students.
Activities for More Able and Talented (MAT)
Our online resources for teaching MAT (or top set) groups include real-life research data for the students to analyse and interpret. The challenging exercises can be worked on independently and involve analysing actual scientific data.
Wales Brain Bee
This competition is held in the University and is open to Year 12 students to test their knowledge of neuroscience through an interactive mix of practical lab work, video clips and written exercises. The winner of each competition is eligible to be part of the annual International Brain Bee final.
Fascination of Plants Day
Join "Plants for Life" researchers from the School of Biosciences at our hands-on stand to celebrate the international Fascination of Plants day. Extract DNA from strawberries, match seeds to foods and other products, identify plants by their smell, observe plants up close and see carnivorous plants in action.
Whether you are a prospective student or just interested in what we do, why not visit us on one of our open days.
Learn About Life
Children from local primary schools can experience and explore the wide range of topics and activities which constitute the biosciences at our annual 2 day event in the Sir Martin Evans Building.
Join scientists from Cardiff University, the National Museum and the Society of Biology at our annual interactive event in the National Museum to celebrate Biology and Earth Sciences Weeks in October. From carnivorous plants to fossils to medical dilemmas, there are activities on offer for all the family.
Find out more about the curriculum-linked school engagement activities we offer on Curriculum Support.
To find out more about our work in the community, please get in touch: