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We engage in a range of activities designed to deliver social and cultural impact, inform the public, and inspire young people to achieve their potential and develop an interest in science.

biology clipart

Biology Rocks

Over 3000 visitors joined scientists from Amgueddfa Cymru, Cardiff University and the Society of Biology to celebrate National Biology Week and Earth Science Week.

Brain games

Brain Games

An annual event held in the National Museum during National Science and Engineering Week. The highly interactive day of activities gives primary school pupils information about how the brain works and take part in fun and interactive activities.

Cancer research day

Cancer Research Open Day

The Open Day aimed to show the public how researchers are fighting cancer in Cardiff and gave a rare opportunity to meet the scientists, doctors and nurses who are working together to help beat cancer sooner.

Pharmacy staff at STEM day

Engagement blog

Find out more about the engagement activities our academics and support staff lead.

Children planting flowers

National Eisteddfod 2016

Professor Arwyn Jones and his team regularly attend the Eisteddfod, in 2015 at the Science Pavilion the aim was to answer the question ‘What is a polymer?’ using a combination of interactive activities for all.

Close up of bee in glass


We are working with the National Botanic Garden of Wales to identify plant-derived drugs which could be used to treat antibiotic resistant hospital pathogens.

ARCCA school visit

School Visits

School staff and researchers have visited a number of schools and colleges giving talks and workshops including 'saving the world', 'Brain Games', 'UAR', 'Being cloned' and career talks.

Two female participants of the event smiling in front of balloons.

Soapbox challenge

Two members of staff from our School, Dr Emma Land and Dr Polina Prokopovich, joined a variety of female speakers from across Wales for this event.

Neural cells

STEM ambassador scheme

Our staff have been involved as STEM ambassadors (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) who aim to bring enthusiasm and support to school classroom projects.

Darwin logo

The Darwin Experience

The Darwin Experience is a year-round engagement and education programme in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).