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Charlotte selected for GB team at World Half Marathon

22 March 2018

University member of staff will represent country at major championships in Spain

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Forum to address future world water challenges

21 March 2018

UK’s largest consortium of water researchers will welcome business, NGO and government leaders to discuss water security

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University competitors ready for Commonwealth Games

20 March 2018

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

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Developing the creative economy in Thailand

20 March 2018

Expert selected to provide training to new group of coworking leaders

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Painting Fool at CUBRIC

20 March 2018

Cardiff University’s Brain Research Imaging Centre hosts world’s first virtual artist in residence

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Green light for exoplanet mission

20 March 2018

European Space Agency announces details of international science mission, including scientists from Cardiff University, to explore how exoplanets – planets around distant stars – form and evolve

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CAER Studio to nurture a new generation of artists

20 March 2018

Creative project inspired by historic hillfort site has been given a funding boost

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Multiple nominations for students and alumni in Wales Media Awards

19 March 2018

Two current students and seven alumni from Cardiff University lead nominations shortlist.

First step in development of pill-based vaccines

12 March 2018

Cardiff scientists create world’s first synthetic, non-biologic vaccine 

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Unravelling the mystery of ice ages using ancient molecules

9 March 2018

New study shows for the first time the fundamental role that sea ice plays in naturally occurring climate cycles

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Young people studying French to benefit from extra tuition

9 March 2018

A group of AS Level students are being given a boost to their learning, thanks to a scheme led by Cardiff University academics

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Brain Games is back (Sunday 18th March, 11:00 – 16:00)

9 March 2018

Learn about the weird and wonderful properties of your brain (Sunday 18th March, 11:00 – 16:00)

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Latest analysis of in-work poverty

9 March 2018

More needs to be done to help poor families, research concludes

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Students share big ideas with business

8 March 2018

Cardiff showcases tomorrow’s student innovators

Emma Renold

Gender equality in Wales

8 March 2018

Leading expert in childhood studies speaks at the United Nations in New York

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Self-healing masonry

7 March 2018

Cardiff University engineers kick-start new study using bacteria to automatically repair damage to masonry structures

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Bearded pigs adapting to oil palm

6 March 2018

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

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Welsh for refugees and asylum seekers

6 March 2018

Free language lessons offered to people making a new life in Wales

Leila Thomas

Netball squad features students and member of staff

6 March 2018

Students, staff and alumni will represent Wales at Commonwealth Games

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Teaching excellence

6 March 2018

History academics lead the way in undergraduate studies

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Queen’s Anniversary Prize awarded

27 February 2018

University’s Down’s Syndrome Vision Research Unit picks up UK’s most prestigious academic award at Buckingham Palace ceremony

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Fisheries discarding edible fish pose a threat to food security

26 February 2018

Fish vital to sustainability of lagoon discarded in an area where a third of the population lives in poverty

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New funding for ASTUTE project

26 February 2018

ASTUTE 2020 awarded £8m to help Welsh manufacturers gain access to world-class university expertise


Genetics researchers close in on schizophrenia

26 February 2018

50 new gene regions that increase risk of developing schizophrenia

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Revolution in patient care

26 February 2018

Namibia to produce its first home-grown anaesthetists with support of Cardiff University