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Bangor University Events

Forthcoming Events

Our next 5 events are listed below. Use the calendar to find further events.

Crying Out Loud, Circus Evolution and Race Horse Company present Super Sunday

Location: Theatr Bryn Terfel, Pontio, Bangor
Time: Thursday 20 April 2017, 19:30–21:45
(And every day until Friday 21 April 2017)


Ceredigion Local History Forum

Location: Llwyncelyn Village Hall, SA46 0HF
Time: Saturday 22 April 2017, 10:00–16:00

An Introduction to Searching for Systematic Reviews

Location: Venue details are sent after booking
Time: Monday 24 April 2017, 10:00–11:30

The ‘Tithe War’ in Wales c.1886-1895

ISWE Research Seminar

Location: Cledwyn Room 3, Teras, Main Arts Building, Bangor University
Time: Monday 24 April 2017, 17:30–18:30

Another fine mess you got me into; what can we learn from the history of nature conservation?

Treborth Botanical Talks: A new series of seminars celebrating botany and horticulture

Location: Lecture Theatre G23, Thoday Building, Deniol Road, Bangor
Time: Monday 24 April 2017, 18:00

Latest News

Bangor University Wins UK Award

Bangor University is the best University in the UK for its Students’ Union Clubs and Societies and is the third best University in the UK according to this year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2017, with the nominations based on the excellent reviews and opinions of the University’s own students.

Publication date: 7 April 2017

Prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship Awarded

Dr Alexander Sedlmaier, a reader in Modern History at Bangor University has been awarded a prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship. These highly competitive fellowships are aimed at fostering interdisciplinary research, innovative academic training and international collaborations.

Publication date: 10 April 2017

Bloomageddon: seven clever ways bluebells win the woodland turf war

The appearance of vivid bluebell carpets in British woodlands is a sure and spectacular sign of spring. Bluebells – Hyacinthoides non-scripta (L.) Chouard ex Rothm – are Britain’s favourite wildflower and particularly fine carpets attract visitors to well-known sites such as Kew Gardens in London and Coed Cefn in Powys, Wales.

This article by Vera Thoss, Lecturer in Chemistry, Bangor University was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. 

Publication date: 10 April 2017