What initially got me started was my interest in technology, and my passion for knowing how things work. After finishing high school in Athens, Greece, I attended Cardiff University where I obtained a BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Towards the end of my Bachelor’s degree, I realised I wanted to delve deeper into electromagnetism and magnetic devices, which were my favourite subjects of study. I went on to obtain an MSc in Magnetics at Cardiff University, after which I crossed the Atlantic to pursue a Ph.D.
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Board Games and Medieval Medicine
The Museum is helping to develop new board games about medieval Islamic medicine.
Once a month they will be road-testing their games!
Help test their board games and give them your feedback.
Sunday 26 February, 2-4pm
Sunday 26 March, 2-4pm
Drop-in. Ages 7+.
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MicrosculptureBoard Games and Medieval Medicine
The Museum is helping to develop new board games about medieval Islamic Medicine. Once a month we will be road-testing our games! Come along to give your feedback.
Drop-in. Ages 7+.
This event is running regularly on the last open Sunday of every month
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