Friday 21st March: Pupils from Fenton, St Florence, St Mark’s and Johnston attended our Science Aglow event at Pembrokeshire College as part of National Science & Engineering Week 2014.
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Thursday 20th March 2014: Public lecture. After delivering a lecture during the day for Pembrokeshire’s Seconday School students, Professor Robert Unwin from UCL stayed on to give a lecture to the public on drug discovery. This lecture was the most fascinating one we have hosted, so fascinating that he received so many questions we […]
Tuesday 4th February – Lydstep Haven
The Darwin Centre as the Pembrokeshire twig of the British Science Association teamed up with the Wales Gene Park to organise a genetics roadshow for local pupils. The event was kindly hosted by Pembrokeshire College in the Merlin Theatre. We had 3 fantastic speakers and several interesting questions from the pupils that attended. Dr David Wilcockson […]
The Darwin Centre and Energy In Education invited pupils from Ysgol Bro Gwaun, Ysgol Dewi Sant & Pembroke School to spend the day at Pembrokeshire College to carry out a project on renewable energy and complete a Bronze CREST award. Previous to this CREST day the pupils had visited a wind turbine thanks to Infinergy, […]
Each year the Darwin Centre puts on two Science Aglow events at the Merlin Theatre in Pembrokeshire College. As the Darwin Centre is the West Wales branch of the British Science Association the first one occurs in March during National Science & Engineering Week and the second one during July. Four schools are invited to attend and they are encouraged […]
International students from Pembrokeshire College joined Marten on Nolton Haven for a litter pick. Afterwards Marten gave them a presentation on the problems of marine litter, in particular plastics.