North and mid Wales
Here is a selection of what has been achieved through the north and mid-Wales hub of the National Science Academy to date. We have:
The National Science Academy (NSA) has been established in Wales to help deliver a stronger, more sustainable and resilient economy for Wales.
The Academy, a commitment under the One Wales agreement, was given the go-ahead by Lesley Griffiths, then Deputy Minister for Science, Innovation and Skills.
Techniquest Glyndŵr’s role as the north and mid-Wales hub of the NSA is to promote the take up of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at all levels. This is to ensure that Wales has a continuous pipeline of people graduating from colleges and universities with the appropriate qualifications and skills.
This will be achieved through delivering our activities to sixth form and college students in conjunction with regional industrial partners and STEM Ambassadors.