This is a Welsh language lecture on microbiology for secondary school pupils, the public and Swansea University students. It is a talk about investigating the spread of tuberculosis using modern laboratory methods in microbiology.
This is a presentation on antimicrobial resistance to students at GSCE/A level, the public and Swansea University students. In this session we explore the problems and implications of antimicrobial resistance.
This activity is an interactive presentation which aims to build on students’ understanding of atomic theory and the periodic table, chemical reactions and the analysis of substances in a working analytical environment within a National Facility.
The activity aims to enthuse students and encourage the uptake of Physics. Students will attend two lectures by external speakers based around different topical themes in Physics, e.g. ‘Defying Gravity – make physics your launch pad’ or ‘Light Fantastic: the science of colour’.
General talks on Physics are available on the following topics: Astronomy, Cosmology, Electricity, Energy, Forces and motion, Gravity, Light, Low Temperature Physics, Materials, Nanotechnology, Optics, Quantum Mechanics, and Radioactivity.
Lectures are given on topics such as ‘Particle Physics at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)’, ‘Introduction to ATLAS Software’, ‘How did the LHC discover the Higgs Boson’, ‘Antihydrogen’ and practical sessions on topics such as ‘Particle identification at the LHC’.
This is a lecture on topical themes, which could vary each year, for pupils of physical geography and human/social geography, e.g. ‘The Science behind Climate Change’, ‘International Migration: threat or promise?’