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Press Releases from 2007

Improving support for people living with chronic pain

16/08/2007

Improving support for people living with chronic pain

Comet probes reveal evidence of origin of life, scientists claim

14/08/2007

Recent probes inside comets show it is overwhelmingly likely that life began in space, according to a new paper by Cardiff University scientists.

Cardiff University research safeguarding wildlife highlighted at National Eisteddfod

03/08/2007

Cardiff University research safeguarding wildlife in Wales and leading international conservation efforts is highlighted at Wales’ National Eisteddfod (August 4 - 11).

Danger drink levels found on city streets

02/08/2007

More than one in three men are over the danger limit for drink on late-night city streets, a Cardiff University study has found.

Cannabis could increase risk of psychotic illness later in life by 40 per cent

27/07/2007

There is now enough evidence to warn young people that using cannabis could increase their risk of developing a psychotic illness later in life.

Cardiff University commissioned for major new UN food programme

24/07/2007

Cardiff University has been commissioned to design a major new home-grown school feeding programme for the World Food Programme, the United Nations frontline agency in the fight against global hunger.

Harry Potter debuts at Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning

20/07/2007

Harry Potter debuts at Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning

New Internet Diabetes Diploma Course launched at Cardiff University

19/07/2007

Cardiff University has launched a course to help doctors to improve patient care from their computers.

Seafarers International Research Centre

15/07/2007

Cardiff University’s Seafarers International Research Centre (SIRC) has drawn its fifth biennial International Symposium to a close with some key messages.

Cardiff University showcases archaeology in action

13/07/2007

Archaeologists from Cardiff University excavating sites on the Isles of Scilly are inviting members of the public to observe their work as part of National Archaeology Week.

2007