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Dr Tina Joshi and Dr Jonny Lees at SET for Britain.

Cardiff researchers in final of the SET for Britain awards

13 March 2015

Dr Tina Joshi and Dr Jonny Lees attended the final of the 2015 SET for Britain event at Westminster this week.

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EPSRC funding awarded to develop bio-sensors

24 February 2015

Medical engineers at Cardiff School of Engineering are among a group of researchers who have been awarded £1.86 million Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funding grant for research into healthcare technologies.

Biological effects of microwaves

New research project to evaluate biological effects of microwaves

16 February 2015

Cardiff University’s School of Engineering have embarked on a research project that will investigate the biological effects of microwaves with the eventual aim of contributing to the characterisation of the effects of microwaves on humans.

Professor Peter Wells

Prof Peter Wells shortlisted for St. David Award

12 February 2015

Cardiff School of Engineering Professor Peter Wells has been shortlisted for this year’s St David Award in the innovation and technology category.

Waves crashing against the coast

Cardiff professor delivers prestigious ICE lecture

4 February 2015

Cardiff School of Engineering Professor Roger Falconer has delivered the prestigious ICE Dugald Clerk lecture for 2015 on the topic of tidal energy.

Mesuro research instrument

Pioneering School of Engineering research spin-out acquired by international company

2 February 2015

Mesuro, a spin-out company born out of innovative microwave research at Cardiff School of Engineering, has been acquired by Canadian firm Focus Microwaves Inc.

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Cardiff Alumnus appointed new CEO of QinetiQ

28 January 2015

Cardiff School of Engineering alumnus Steve Wadley has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of QinetiQ, a leading British multinational defence technology company.

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Engineering professor provides advice to high level UN conference

27 January 2015

Professor Roger Falconer has recently returned from a high-level UN meeting in Zaragoza, Spain.

Preserving Wales’ national heritage through innovative engineering

13 January 2015

A collaboration between the Cardiff School of Engineering Additive Manufacturing Laboratories and Welsh Government has led to an innovative way of preserving Y Gadair Ddu (the Black Chair).

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Researchers develop energy forecasting tool for Bangladesh

8 January 2015

Researchers from Cardiff School of Engineering’s BRE Centre for Sustainable Construction have developed a forecasting tool that will help Bangladesh plan and monitor its energy use and policy for years to come.