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Press Releases from 2008

A life ‘lens’ ordinary


Research reveals bifocals can be replaced with ordinary lenses within two years

Violence injuries fall 12 per cent across England and Wales


Serious violence fell sharply in England and Wales in 2007, according to the annual Cardiff University study of assault-related injuries.

Cardiff University scientists help put Einstein’s theory of relativity to test


Scientists probing the far corners of space could one day witness violent events in the creation and development of the universe thanks to a project involving Cardiff University.

Awards mark memorable year for Cardiff student volunteers


Cardiff University student volunteers last night celebrated a remarkable year which has seen national recognition for their work helping hundreds of people in local communities.

£2.5M investment will boost Public Health research


New post honours one of the pioneers of modern medicine

Cardiff opera students and international tenor celebrate 150 years of Puccini


An operatic gala celebrating the 150th anniversary of the composer Puccini will mark the start of a concert series given by students from the University’s Academy to train opera stars.

A day in the life of a university student is open to all


Cardiff University is throwing open its doors to thousands of potential students later this month (Wednesday 23 April 2008).

Cardiff anti-crime initiative adopted by the Home Office


A Cardiff crime partnership which cut violent crime in late-night drinking trouble spots has been recommended as a model for other cities in a new Government action plan.

Cardiff Students demonstrate their vocal talent on a tour of Italy


Students from Cardiff University’s academy to train opera stars will give a series of concerts and perform two operas on an upcoming tour of Italy.

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