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Press Releases from 2009

Leading Environmentalist Jonathon Porritt delivers timely lecture in Cardiff

11/11/2009

Governments worldwide are meeting in Copenhagen next month with the aim of achieving a global agreement on climate change.

Get creative with China: new forum to promote creative and cultural business links

10/11/2009

Welsh cultural and creative industries will be encouraged to build business relations in China through a pioneering new partnership.

Snails guard Britain’s best habitats

03/11/2009

It’s easy to overlook the world’s smallest animals – insects, snails and other invertebrates – particularly when they live in marshlands and other wet places.

Abbey Chairman to talk about the recession and ways to survive it

02/11/2009

The Chairman of one of the UK’s most successful banks will share his thoughts on the current recession and strategies to survive it, at a lecture at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University this week (Wednesday 4th November).

Precise picture of early Universe supports “dark matter” theory

02/11/2009

A detailed picture of the seeds of structures in the universe has been unveiled by an international team co-led by a Cardiff University scientist.

Unlocking immunity

27/10/2009

Research into immunity and infection at Cardiff University has been given a multi-million pound boost with a major award from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).

Archaeological finds bring past to life

26/10/2009

Archaeological finds from Cardiff University’s excavations at a south Wales site will be on show to members of the public during half term (26-30 October 2009).

Peter Hain speech to defend devolution settlement

26/10/2009

The Secretary of State of Wales, the Rt Hon Peter Hain MP, will reflect on a decade of Welsh devolution in a lecture at Cardiff University this week.

Cardiff researchers share in £1.9Million grant for cancer diagnosis research

26/10/2009

Researchers in Cardiff University’s Department of Primary Care & Public Health are to share a grant of £1.94M to improve diagnosis of cancers.

Welsh Livery Guild award for advances on tumour syndrome therapy

12/10/2009

Innovative research on therapy for tuberous sclerosis has won Cardiff University’s Dr Mark Davies the Welsh Livery Guild’s Merit Award for 2009.

2009