Yn unol â chyngor y llywodraeth ar COVID-19, ynghyd â’n sefydliad lletyol, Prifysgol Caerdydd, mae holl staff Parc Geneteg Cymru yn gweithio o bell ac yn ymaddasu i ffyrdd newydd o gyflawni ein rhaglen waith. Er bod ein gwaith labordy wedi’i ohirio hyd nes y bydd hi’n ddiogel inni fynd yn ôl i’r gwaith fel… Read more »
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With our labs closed and physical events cancelled, we’re adapting to news ways of working.
Wales Gene Park is delighted to confirm it has received continued funding from Health and Care Research Wales as part of its £44 million investment in health and social care research in Wales. This funding will allow us to continue to support, promote and advance genetic and genomic research, healthcare, education and innovation in Wales…. Read more »
Wed 6th May, 10am – 6:30 pm, City Hall Cardiff CF10 3ND Genomics Partnership Wales is taking over City Hall for one day only! Visit us for a FREE day of fun activities that will give you an understanding of the fascinating world of genetics and genomics, including: Fascinating talks from genomics experts Visit exciting interactive stands… Read more »
What is the Schools’ Genetics and Genomics Roadshow? Wales Gene Park Schools’ Genetics and Genomics Roadshow offers free talks to year 12/13 students in your own school or college. At the roadshow two expert speakers will talk on topics related to DNA, genetics and genomics. Each talk is around 25 to 30 minutes with questions… Read more »
9am – 3.30pm (talks start 9.30am), 25th June 2019 University of South Wales, Glyntaff Campus, Pontypridd CF37 4BD Join Wales Gene Park, Techniquest and the University of South Wales to learn more about the latest advances in the fast-moving field of genetics and genomics. Bring cutting-edge biology into your secondary classroom with expert talks and an… Read more »
Visit the Genomics Partnership Wales webpage to find out more about its work to establish a united approach to genomics in Wales and access the latest newsletters.
The latest issue of Heath and Care Research Wales’s @Researchwales magazine, which showcases Welsh Health and Social Care research, is now available Wales Gene Park features in the article ‘Developing the Next Step for Genomic Diagnostics in Wales‘ on page 10 of the publication.
Thursday 30th June, 9.45am – 12.45pm, Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, Bangor University Gattaca presents a future in which children are genetically designed to ensure that they possess the best hereditary traits of their parents. But, what about the science behind this? To find out more, join us for a screening of the film Gattaca,… Read more »
During the autumn 2013 and spring 2014 terms, over 4000 students from 73 schools and colleges across Wales and the border counties heard talks from 58 speakers from research, healthcare and the police force on the latest advances in genetics and genomics and about genetics-related courses and careers. Our roadshows will return in Autumn 2015…. Read more »