Join our 2024 AS Summer Programme   Gweithdy Haf UG Ffiseg Caerdydd 2024
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chemaine Barrett
3M ago
Applications open Monday 8th April 2024. It’s once again time for the Cardiff University Physics Summer School ! This extremely popular 3-day non-residential programme is aimed at AS students who are considering pursuing a physics degree. This years free event will take place on Monday 17 – Wednesday 19 June 2024, from 10:00-16:30 at Cardiff ..read more
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Join our 2023 AS Summer Programme   Gweithdy Haf UG Ffiseg Caerdydd 2023
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chemaine Barrett
1y ago
It’s time for the 2023 Cardiff University Physics Summer School ! This extremely popular 3-day non-residential programme is aimed at AS students who are considering pursuing a physics degree. This free event will take place on Monday 19 – Wednesday 21 June 2023, from 10:00-16:30 at Cardiff University School of Physics and Astronomy.  A more ..read more
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2023 Ffiseg a Seryddiaeth Ryngwladol – Rhaglen i Addysgwyr: Cyllid i addysgwr o Gymru
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chris North
1y ago
To read this page in English, please click here. I ddarllen y dudalen hon yn Saesneg, cliciwch yma os gwelwch yn dda. Mae’r cyfnod ymgeisio ar gyfer athro o Gymru ar gyfer rhaglen LIGO 2023 Rhyngwladol Ffiseg a Seryddiaeth bellach wedi dechrau. Dyddiad Cau: 31 Mawrth 2023 Gwahoddir addysgwyr yng Nghymru i wneud cais am ..read more
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2023 International Physics & Astronomy Educator Program – Welsh educator funding
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chris North
1y ago
I ddarllen y dudalen hon yn Gymraeg, cliciwch yma os gwelwch yn dda. To read this page in Welsh, please click here. Applications for a Welsh teacher to attend the 2023 LIGO International Physics and Astronomy (IPA) program are now open. Deadline: 31 March 2023 Educators based in Wales are invited to apply for funding ..read more
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Pythagorean Astronomy: Staring at the dawn of time
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chris North
1y ago
Chris North and Edward Gomez discuss the first attempt to launch a rocket from UK soil, albeit via a piggyback on (or under) a plane. There’s also an interesting supernova, the first exoplanet confirmation from JWST. Meanwhile, on Mars, does no news mean bad news for China’s Zhurong rover? We also speak to Dr Ian ..read more
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Cystadleuaeth Sêr y Gofod
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chemaine Barrett
1y ago
Mae’n bleser gan Brifysgol Caerdydd, yr Ysgol Ffiseg a Seryddiaeth gynnal Cyfarfod Seryddiaeth Cenedlaethol 2023 (NAM23) ym mis Gorffennaf 2023. I ddathlu’r digwyddiad, rydym yn eich gwahodd i rannu eich cariad at bopeth ynghylch y gofod mewn un o ddwy ffordd yn ein cystadlaethau cyffrous. Gwobr 1af = £50 o Nwyddau Gofod 2 il Wobr ..read more
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Space Super Stars Competition
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chemaine Barrett
1y ago
Cardiff University, School of Physics and Astronomy are delighted to host The National Astronomy Meeting 2023 (NAM23) in July 2023. To celebrate the event, we are inviting you to share your love of all things space in one of two ways in our exciting competitions. 1st Prize = £50 of Space Goodies 2nd Prize ..read more
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Pythagorean Astronomy: Happy Birthday JWST!
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chris North
1y ago
The 25th December marks an anniversary in the world of astronomy (as well as Sir Isaac Newton’s birthday, of course) – the launch of JWST, the infrared space telescope launched to explore the Universe in unprecedented detail. One year on from launch, Chris North and Edward Gomez look at a few of the results that ..read more
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Pythagorean Astronomy: The future of Space Exploration
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chris North
1y ago
With the Artemis I mission mid-mission (at the time of recording), Chris North and Edward Gomez look at what this means for the future of human space exploration, and more ambitious missions to the Moon (and beyond). Meanwhile, back here on Earth, the European Space Agency have announced their next crop of astronauts. The list ..read more
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Astronomy for Visually Impaired
Physics and Astronomy outreach | Cardiff University
by Chemaine Barrett
1y ago
The Tactile Universe is an STFC funded public engagement project based at the University of Portsmouth’s Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation. The project has used input and feedback from the UK’s vision impaired (VI) community to produce a suite of tactile 3D images of astronomical objects and accessible educational workshops which can be used to ..read more
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