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Press Releases from 2010

Life-size “operation” game to explain tissue engineering unveiled at the Eisteddfod


A life-size “operation” game, an interactive human statue and organs grown in plant pots feature in a new exhibition vividly illustrating the science of tissue engineering.

New Dean to oversee dental teaching and research


A new Dean to oversee all the provision of Cardiff University’s dental teaching and research has been appointed.

Cardiff summer schools help Wales bridge the skills gap


Pupils from diverse backgrounds across Wales have been enthused by Cardiff University summer schools encouraging them to seek professional careers.

24 hour news


24 hour news channels have pushed broadcasters towards covering more live and breaking stories, sacrificing analysis and content in favour of images. That’s according to a new book by two academics at Cardiff University.

Boost for world-leading microscopy project


A Cardiff University researcher has secured a highly sought-after Leadership award which could propel her research onto the world stage.

Let your imagination run riot this autumn


Budding writers can develop their storytelling skills thanks to a new course launched by Cardiff University’s Centre for Lifelong Learning.

University visit engineers an interest for schoolchildren


Schoolchildren had their eyes opened to a world of new possibilities on a recent tour of Cardiff School of Engineering.

New web survey to map everyday placenames


Everyday placenames like 'The Midlands', 'city centre' and 'the East End' are in common use but have no precisely agreed boundary. These vernacular place names cause a problem when people use them to find information on the web because they cannot be pinned down to any particular location.

Boxing champion Nathan lands Cardiff University degree


Mathematics student and boxing champion Nathan Cleverly today collects the first of two titles he aims to secure in 2010.

Police cuts could damage ‘the economic and social well-being of Welsh communities’, warns policing expert


Cutting community safety programmes and police numbers during the recession could have a disproportionate impact on the long-term economic and social well-being of communities across Wales, a policing expert will warn today (Tuesday 13th July).

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