13 January 2017
Researchers reveal role of cell protein
10 January 2017
Scientists win BBSRC funding to investigate how fat affects egg and embryo development.
9 January 2017
Institute receives generous donation from Pancreatic Cancer charity, Amser Justin Time.
20 December 2016
Dr Stephen Rutherford awarded prestigious National Teaching Fellowship.
9 December 2016
Two members of staff awarded fellowships for achievement in learning and teaching in higher education
5 December 2016
Dr Glen Sweeney and Professor Frank Sengpiel win Celebrating Excellence Awards.
17 November 2016
Student test for STIs wins silver at international competition
16 November 2016
University hosts 4th Da Vinci Innovation & Impact Awards
11 November 2016
Researchers discover new signalling mechanism responsible for clearing damaged cells from healthy tissues.
10 November 2016
Professor John Harwood has been awarded the Morton Lecture in recognition of his contributions to lipid chemistry.
9 November 2016
€11.96m partnership set to develop innovative healthcare products out of Wales and Ireland
3 November 2016
New insight into the development of Acute Pancreatitis points to novel treatment options.
2 November 2016
Cardiff University receives MRC Momentum Award
27 October 2016
Scientists grow mouse mammary cells into three-dimensional mammary tissue
25 October 2016
Sêr Cymru II Fellowship Scheme brings two new Research Fellows to the Institute.
24 October 2016
Cardiff University students travel to Boston for the international iGEM competition.
17 October 2016
College of Biomedical and Life Sciences scoops two prestigious equality awards
10 October 2016
Professor Bruce Caterson has received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in the field of orthopaedic research.
6 October 2016
Cardiff University School of Biosciences receives the Athena SWAN Silver Award for its commitment to gender equality.
15 September 2016
Over 200 local Year 8 students explored the practicalities of humans living on Mars for a science event at Cardiff University.
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