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传奇霸业腾讯名人堂:Urdd National Eisteddfod

Woman and a little girl doing an activity at the Cardiff University stand at a Welsh festival

传奇霸业仙盾铭文怎么洗 www.oxpmd.icu We took part in one of Europe’s largest touring youth festivals as it visited Cardiff Bay this year.

The 2019 Urdd National Eisteddfod, which ran from 27 May to 1 June, attracted more than 15,000 children and young people, many of whom took part in competitions throughout the week including song, dance and performance.

The event attracted a further 90,000 visitors to Cardiff Bay, and we were delighted to support some of the Urdd’s most high-profile events, as well as having a major presence on the Maes, or Eisteddfod site.

Programme of Cardiff University events

See below for our programme of events that were held during the Urdd Eisteddfod.

TimeSessionDescriptionLed by
09:30- 16:30Getting active with interactiveDiscover more about a range of interactive technologies, what they do and how they work!

School of Computer Science & Informatics

09:30- 16:30Mechanical fingersEngineers at Cardiff University work on projects that involve artificial joints, robotic control and medical devices. Have a go at making your own moving robot hand, and discover how you can use your science and maths skills to help people.School of Engineering
09:30- 16.30Science of the SeaHow do scientists create new medicines? Often, they get their ideas from nature. Studying certain chemicals that live in plants and animals can unlock the solution to curing diseases. Discover how this is done by helping us “fish for medicines” discovered in sea creatures!School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
TimeSessionDescriptionLed by
09:30-16:30Blood, cells and wound painting

Learn about the different types of cells found in your body, and how your body reacts when cut, demonstrated through props, games, and hands-on activities including wound painting and making cells out of modelling clay

Cardiff Institute for Tissue Engineering and Repair (CITER)
09:30-16:30CAER Heritage Hidden Hillfort - Digging CaerauExperience what it is to be an archaeologist uncovering the treasures and hidden history of Caerau's Iron Age hillfort. This excavation experience will allow you to get hands-on with discovering objects that offer clues about the past, and to see and handle some real-life artefacts excavated from the site!CAER Heritage Project
09:30-16:30Science of the SeaHow do scientists create new medicines? Often, they get their ideas from nature. Studying certain chemicals that live in plants and animals can unlock the solution to curing diseases. Discover how this is done by helping us “fish for medicines” discovered in sea creatures!School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
TimeSessionDescriptionLed by
09:30-16:30Journey through the medicines discovery processJourney through the process of creating new medicines, from where they are found and how they are made, to what they can do.Medicines Discovery Institute
09:30-16:30PharmabeesTaking the honey bee as our model, we have developed a series of innovative teaching activities designed to inspire the next generation of Welsh scientists and entrepreneurs. Join us to find out more about this exciting project!School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
09:30-16:30Social science puzzles and riddlesCome along to solve puzzles and riddles on a range of social issues, discover whether you have a sociological imagination and find out more about the social sciences.School of Social Sciences
TimeSessionDescriptionLed by
09:00-17:00Studying at Cardiff UniversityFind out more about living and studying at Cardiff University.Undergraduate Recruitment Team
09:30-14:00Journey through the medicines discovery processJourney through the process of creating new medicines, from where they are found and how they are made, to what they can do.

Medicines Discovery Institute

09:30-14:00PharmabeesTaking the honey bee as our model, we have developed a series of innovative teaching activities designed to inspire the next generation of Welsh scientists and entrepreneurs. Join us to find out more about this exciting project!School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
09:30-14:00The art and science of dentistryExplore the mouth, teeth and the art and science of dentistry. Meet our students and learn more about how dentistry can help people smile, eat and talk again.School of Dentistry
14:30-15:30Quick-fire questions – life as a medical studentHave you ever thought about studying medicine? Ever considered what it's really like being on the wards, or scrubbing up as a student? Come and find out about the reality with some of Cardiff University's medical students who will share the ups and downs of their studies, and how they got in in the first place.
Simultaneous translation into English will be available.
Cardiff University School of Medicine and Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol
TimeSessionDescriptionLed by
09:00-17:00Studying at Cardiff UniversityFind out more about living and studying at Cardiff University.Undergraduate Recruitment Team
09.30-11.00Healthcare activitiesCome and see what it’s like to be healthcare professional. Have a go at changing a dressing on a wound, taking part in a mindfulness session and performing an operation.School of Healthcare Sciences
11:00-12:00Question and answer session with new Welsh journalistsCome and hear from previous students who are starting careers in journalism after graduating from Cardiff University.
Simultaneous translation into English will be available.

School of Journalism, Media and Culture

12.30-14.30Healthcare activitiesCome and see what it’s like to be healthcare professional. Have a go at changing a dressing on a wound, taking part in a mindfulness session and performing an operation.School of Healthcare Sciences
14:30-15:30

Welsh and the professional workplace – a world of opportunities

Join us for a discussion panel with prominent individuals from a range of professional workplaces to discuss the opportunities available for Welsh graduates. Alumni and current students from the School of Welsh will also discuss how studying Welsh has provided a platform for exciting and varied job opportunities and experiences. Simultaneous translation into English will be available.

School of Welsh
15:30

Language of the city: the history of the Welsh language in Cardiff

An opportunity to hear the story of the Welsh language in Cardiff throughout the centuries - and some of the remarkable characters who have played a part in its history.
This talk will take place in the Pierhead Building (Dysgu Cymraeg)

Dr Dylan Foster-Evans, Head of School of Welsh

TimeSessionDescriptionLed by
09:00-17:00Studying at Cardiff UniversityFind out more about living and studying at Cardiff University.

Undergraduate Recruitment Team

11:00-12:00Preventing youth homelessnessLast year the Wales Centre for Public Policy published an influential report on preventing homelessness among young people, based on international evidence about what really works. In this talk, Andrew Connell will talk about the findings of the report, and the major effect it has had on the Welsh Government’s decisions.
Simultaneous translation into English will be available.
Dr Andrew Connell, Wales Centre for Public Policy
12:00 - 16:00Sports activities and challengesCome and join us for fun sports activities and fitness challenges!Cardiff University Sport