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Press Releases from 2008

CSI effect leads to business success


An enterprising Cardiff University graduate has used her expertise in forensic archaeology to launch a Cardiff-based CSI-style management consultancy for the legal profession.

Royal recognition for excellence at Cardiff University


Her Majesty the Queen this morning presented Cardiff University’s Institute of Medical Genetics with one of the most prestigious prizes in UK higher education.

Outlook for eye care a whole lot brighter


A top rated School in the capital is celebrating the official opening of its flagship facility today (Friday 8 February 2008).

Sir Martin Evans recognised as a ‘Great Briton’


Nobel laureate Sir Martin Evans, Professor of Mammalian genetics at Cardiff University has been recognised as a ‘Great Briton’ in the 2007 Morgan Stanley ‘Great Britons Awards’.

Cardiff sings Classics for Mothers of Africa


Anaesthetists from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine will travel to Liberia in February to provide education about resuscitation and safe anaesthesia, thanks to support from a charity concert this week.

Launch of Cardiff University’s 125th Anniversary Year


Cardiff University begins a packed year of celebrations today (Wednesday 23 January 2008) to mark 125 years of achievement.

Work-related stress study


Cardiff University researchers are investigating the causes and effects of work-related stress.

The Stand-Up Psychologist


The Stand-Up Psychologist

Genetic breakthrough offers promise in tackling kidney tumours


A new study has shown promising results in fighting a severe genetic disorder which can create tumours throughout the body.

Is innovation costing us too much?


Too few Welsh companies are aware that they are owed money by the tax man, according to leading financial adviser KPMG.