28 June 2018
How 70,000 years of human interaction have shaped an icon of wild nature
Major forum to address ‘biggest danger facing the world over next decade’
26 June 2018
Young learners to tackle science challenge set by University experts
25 June 2018
Researchers discover promising treatment for genetic form of autism spectrum disorder
20 June 2018
Cardiff University students saved the life a leatherback sea turtle on World Ocean Day after they found it tangled in a boat line.
14 June 2018
Spatial memory patterns mapped
13 June 2018
High tech trackers have been placed on Borneo’s bearded pigs for the first time, helping to secure the future of the vulnerable species.
11 June 2018
New light shed on mechanisms of paediatric epilepsy
The Cardiff University School of Biosciences has been praised in the Houses of Commons for its outstanding research.
7 June 2018
Millions of wild animals are killed on Britain’s roads each year, but the amount of roadkill could be six times higher than originally thought.
30 May 2018
A Cardiff University Professor has been rewarded for his ground-breaking research, which has contributed significantly to the field of physiology and pathophysiology.
You can tune into an ‘as live’ otter dissection on World Otter Day, giving you an inside look at Cardiff University’s Otter Project’s research, which aims to protect and conserve otters across the UK.
New research by Cardiff University has uncovered the process that leads the HPV virus to cause skin cancer in kidney transplant patients
23 May 2018
You can now explore the laboratory of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, following a tumour sample as it is prepared to be used in the Institute’s cutting-edge cancer research.
22 May 2018
£1 million awarded to UK’s first zoological biobank
15 May 2018
Students at Danau Girang discover male Opadometa sarawakensis spider
10 May 2018
High-tech collars provide insight into life of world’s most elusive big cat
The world-leading academic staff at the School of Biosciences are being joined by Dr Mariah Lelos, as she is appointed to her new role as Senior Lecturer.
30 April 2018
One of the longest river studies in the world has discovered that an important part of the planet’s extinction crisis may have gone unnoticed
Changing temperatures are creating a food ‘mismatch’, as hungry chicks hatch too late to feast on caterpillars
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