Swansea University
Swansea University
This is a Welsh language lecture on microbiology to school children, the public and Swansea University students. It is a talk about investigating the spread of tuberculosis using modern laboratory methods in microbiology. at Swansea University

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Welsh Language Lecture on Microbiology

University event offered by Swansea University

Event Summary:

This is a Welsh language lecture on microbiology to school children, the public and Swansea University students. It is a talk about investigating the spread of tuberculosis using modern laboratory methods in microbiology.

Full Event Details:

This is a Welsh language lecture on microbiology to school children, the public and
Swansea University students.

It is a talk about investigating the spread of tuberculosis using modern laboratory
methods in microbiology. It lasts about 40-45 minutes and is pitched at good GSCE/A
level students or the general public. ‘Clicker’ technology means everyone can have a go
guessing the answers to a few questions via the computer, so there is an interactive
element.

Learning outcomes:
• How laboratory science contributes to public health investigations
• Topical issues concerning the spread of tuberculosis

Location: Campus or in schools
Available in Welsh: Yes
Preparation required: None required

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 4 (Students aged 14-16)
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)

Duration:

Short Session

Dates Available:

We can deliver this event at our institution or your school or college. Please contact us to arrange a date.

Minimum number of students:

1

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