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In the eye of the psychopath

18 December 2018

You might be able to spot a psychopath by their eyes

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Sir Mark Walport visits Cardiff University

18 December 2018

UK Research and Innovation chief executive finds out more about Clwstwr Creadigol

Klaudia Jaźwińska

Marshall Scholar

18 December 2018

Recipient of prestigious scholarship pursuing ambition to be investigative journalist

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Drones can detect protected nightjar nests

17 December 2018

Researchers trial new method of locating the nests of the elusive European nightjar

Welsh Wound Innovation Centre

Welsh Wound Innovation Centre collaboration awarded £50,000

14 December 2018

Inaugural NBIC Grant awarded to advance development of treatments for wound infections

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Rise in Brexit related Hate Crime to be Focus of New Research Lab

13 December 2018

New technology will be developed to help authorities spot triggers for hate crime

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NHS vital lifeline for the Welsh regional economy

13 December 2018

New report details the impact of NHS Wales on the local economy

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House size increases after hurricane strikes

11 December 2018

Research shows that house size is increasing by more than 50 per cent in areas that have been hit by hurricanes

Colin Riordan and Rector of Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Brazil boost for research and education

11 December 2018

Unicamp partnership aims for greater academic and student exchange

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Roger Behrend and collaborators win 2019 Robbins Prize

10 December 2018

The 2019 Robbins Prize of the American Mathematical Society will be awarded to Roger Behrend and collaborators Ilse Fischer and Matjaž Konvalinka.

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Largest ever black hole merger detected

7 December 2018

Scientists observe gravitational waves emanating from the collision of two giant black holes roughly five billion light years from Earth

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Digital technology in management of Huntington’s

6 December 2018

£16 million European collaboration aims to improve quality of life for people with neurodegenerative diseases

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Leading the hunt for this year’s flu strains

6 December 2018

Welsh scientists develop software for rapid identification of flu strains

Airport queue

New passenger scanner uses space technology to speed up airport security

4 December 2018

Cutting-edge technology trialled in UK

Lord Heseltine

Hadyn Ellis Distinguished Lecture

30 November 2018

Rt. Hon. Lord Heseltine uses speech to call for a second referendum on Brexit

Ikram

Milestone for revamped programme for pupils

29 November 2018

Step Up supports young people from disadvantaged groups into university

Students standing in row

Award recognition for University’s support of estranged students

29 November 2018

Cardiff University committed to helping students with little or no family contact

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Got the bottle? Cardiff has!

28 November 2018

Cardiff University champions free tap water scheme to tackle plastic bottle pollution

Genes

Discovery of the first common genetic risk factors for ADHD

27 November 2018

Important step in understanding biological underpinnings of ADHD

Ken Skates NSA

National Software Academy expands

23 November 2018

National Software Academy takes up residence at the Information Station in Newport

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Awareness of 22q

22 November 2018

Study expanding knowledge of genetic condition

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Bees pioneer new ‘honey tea’ blend

20 November 2018

Welsh Brew Tea and Cardiff make new cuppa

Scientist looking through microscope

New approaches for treating psychiatric disorders

19 November 2018

Cardiff University forms new drug discovery collaboration for psychiatric disorders

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Friendship among young people in Wales

19 November 2018

A good sense of humour is more important in a friend than being good looking, fashionable or popular, research with young people in Wales reveals