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Hexagons of Podium in Sir Martin Evans Building

Highest level of grant awards received

21 March 2018

The Cardiff University School of Biosciences has received the highest number and value of research awards for four years, compared to an equivalent period.

Lewis Oliva

University competitors ready for Commonwealth Games

20 March 2018

Students, alumni and staff aim for glory at Gold Coast 2018

Four sheep in a field

New light shed on the domestication history of sheep and goats

20 March 2018

New research has shed light on the mystery of how sheep and goats became domesticated over 10,000 years ago.

Podium of the Sir Martin Evans Building

New Opportunities at the School of Biosciences

20 March 2018

The School of Biosciences has announced several new opportunities to work as part of its new forward-looking research strategy.

Bearded pigs

Bearded pigs adapting to oil palm

6 March 2018

Understanding how the bearded pig is adapting to common fragmented forests bordering oil palm

Leila Thomas

Netball squad features students and member of staff

6 March 2018

Students, staff and alumni will represent Wales at Commonwealth Games

Orangutan

Orangutans in Sabah have a better future

23 February 2018

Changing approach to conservation of orangutans in Borneo

Proboscis monkey

Big-nosed males get the girls

21 February 2018

The mystery behind the proboscis monkey’s big nose

Image of inflamed hip joints on x-ray

Understanding causes of musculoskeletal diseases

16 February 2018

£1.6M study will determine how bone size, shape and structure contributes towards arthritis and other musculoskeletal diseases

Protein connecting two nanocarbons

New research ‘Clicks’ biology and nanomaterials together

1 February 2018

Research at Cardiff University has built molecular bridges between nano-carbons and proteins that should inspire new approaches to generating bionano-materials.