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22nd October 2019

Cardiff University: Futures Connect Work Experience Opportunities

The Futures Connect Team sit centrally within Cardiff University and promote a variety of placements to students across all colleges and schools. The team can offer a variety of companies high-calibre, independent and pro-active students to support you with a particular project, or aspect of your organisations work. These opportunities allow our students to gain…

22nd October 2019

University honoured for dedication to equality

Swansea University is celebrating after being rewarded for its ongoing commitment to gender equality. As part of the Athena SWAN Charter scheme run by the Equality Challenge Unit, the University already holds a silver institutional award – one of only 13 universities in the UK, and the only non-Russell Group University to achieve this. Now…

22nd October 2019

University highlights global issues at first bioethics conference

Academics, students and health professionals gathered tackle some of today’s most pressing ethical issues at a special conference at Swansea University. Held to mark World Bioethics Day, the event featured a diverse programme of topics on a variety of topical themes including mental health, maternity care, climate change and cultural diversity. Bioethics is the study…

14th October 2019

Brexit preparation – free webinars

There are less than three weeks remaining before the UK is due to leave the EU. Medilink UK wants to make sure that life sciences and healthcare companies are fully prepared and is hosting a series of FREE webinars around nine different business areas. These 45-minute webinars, designed to help businesses understand the risks and opportunities that…

14th October 2019

University gives pupils first-hand experience of nanotechnology

Pupils have been given an unique opportunity to find out more about nanotechnology at a special Swansea University workshop aimed at inspiring scientists of the future. NanoBach brought Year 7 & 8 pupils from across Neath Port Talbot together with students who were able to demonstrate what nanotechnology is and how it can be applied…

11th October 2019

Creo Medical win Best Technology Award at the AIM Awards 2019

MediWales would like to congratulate Creo Medical plc for winning the Best Technology Award last night at the AIM Awards 2019. The winner of the Best Technology Award is a company that reflects the innovation and entrepreneurial skills that are the cornerstone of the AIM culture. The AIM Awards scrutinises recent joiners and more established…

07th October 2019

Medilink UK and Mediwales to give Wales MedTech businesses detailed guidance on how to prepare for Brexit

Medilink UK, a membership organisation representing over 1350 medical technology and life-science companies, and Mediwales, are hosting a free event on 8thOctober in Cardiff at the Village Hotel (29 Pendwyallt Road, Cardiff, CF14 7EF) to help life science businesses prepare for Brexit. There are over 13,000 life science jobs in Wales and over 1800 in…