Pharmabees

Cutting edge research exploring how the pollination of certain plants could lead to the development of drugs to treat serious medical conditions now resistant to traditional antibiotics - otherwise known as 'superbugs'.

Creating a bee friendly city

Numerous bee hives have been placed around Cardiff University. Specific plants have also been embedded throughout the campus grounds to encourage the production of super-honey and aid the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences' superbug research.

Watch our video about creating a bee friendly city

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Research

Find out more about the innovative research and findings that have inspired the Pharmabees project.

Engagement

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Schools

Pharmabees works with Schools and Colleges across Cardiff.

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Campus

The project began with hives on Redwood and has spread across the campus.

Gardener at the Grange Pavilion

Community

Pharmabees has captured the imagination of people in Cardiff from all walks of life.

Latest news

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Cardiff success at Guardian University Awards

31 March 2017

A bee-friendly campus initiative, run by the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, has won the Sustainability category at the Guardian University Awards 2017

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Do bees have accents?

15 July 2016

Researchers launch search for ‘sounds of summer hives’

Pollinator Garden

Creating a bee friendly city

4 May 2016

Creating pollinator garden