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If your new year’s resolution is to learn something new in 2008, Cardiff University is providing a perfect way to make that resolution last way past the end of January.
A team led by a Cardiff University archaeologist has reconstructed a 3,000-year-old glass furnace, showing that Ancient Egyptian glassmaking methods were much more advanced than previously thought.
It’s more than 50 years since the world’s most famous secret agent first appeared and yet he remains as popular as ever.
A new study into the way in which parasites interact with each other could help predict when infectious diseases are likely to break out.
When Dr Judith Hall from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine learned that the equivalent of a Boeing 747 of mothers die in childbirth every single day in Africa she decided she had to do something.
Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Muldoon, described as the English language’s most significant post-war poet, is in Cardiff next week to read poems from and about Wales.
A research centre at Cardiff Law School launches a new initiative today (Friday 7 December 2007), bringing legal advisers to the UK’s main faith communities together for the first time.
Internationally renowned theatre and opera director Sir Jonathan Miller will visit Cardiff University this week to give a master class in operatic performance to students.
Partners in the new all-Wales Low Carbon Research Institute have revealed details of their plans to make the nation an international showcase for sustainable energy use.
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