College of Health and Behavioural Sciences
Can art improve quality of life and well-being for people living with dementia? Might it even have wider social and community benefits? And if it does make a difference, how does it do this - and why?
Publication date: 19 August 2015
People attending the Green Man Festival should keep an eye out for two ‘virtual’ festival-goers- Doris and Ivor. The mystery cartoon duo, complete with cartoon campsite, car and sausages are the creation of research artist Carol Hanson, who, along with and members of the Dementia and Imagination team are heading to the Green Man Festival this week.
Publication date: 17 August 2015
Bangor University again leads Welsh universities in the most recent measure of student satisfaction, and is among the top 10 of the UK’s best non-specialist universities, the traditional institutions who offer a broad range of subjects.
Publication date: 12 August 2015
A Psychology student who credits Bangor University for ‘taking a chance’ on her is graduating with a First Class Honours degree.
Ashleigh Johnstone from Douglas on the Isle of Man has battled Chronic Fatigue Syndrome since high school and her health issues meant that she struggled with her GCSE and A Level exams. But despite setbacks, Ashleigh aspired to study at university.
Publication date: 13 July 2015
A long standing enigma in cancer biology is how the cell growth regulator Cdc2 can be active and inactive at the same time. Human cells stop dividing in the presence of genetic damage by inactivating Cdc2, but they also need active Cdc2 to remove the genomic defects.
Publication date: 2 July 2015