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A cup of black tea could be the next line of defence in the threat of bio-terrorism according to new international research.
Cardiff University scientist Wendy Sadler has been named a Woman of Outstanding Achievement by the UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology (UKRC).
Cardiff University is to mark St David’s Day, in its 125th anniversary year, with a public lecture delivered by the Secretary of State for Wales.
A collection of photographs showcasing the construction and regeneration of the Chinese City of Xiamen is being displayed at the University on Thursday 6 March 2008.
Crime, or at least crime fiction, is good for you.
New evidence has been published today, (28 February 2008) which could solve the puzzle of why Antarctica went into the deep freeze 34 million years ago - and it comes from a surprising place.
A mega-collision between two large embryonic planets could have created Venus as we know it, according to a new paper by a Cardiff University scientist.
A Cardiff University academic has welcomed recent suggestions from medical and policing organisations to help tackle alcohol misuse.
Cardiff University researchers are exploring how waste heat from car exhausts could provide a new greener power supply for vehicles.
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