Step back in time and try your hand at writing a medieval charter or making a medieval pot as part of a Cardiff University event to celebrate Adult Learners’ Week.
Preserving our heritage
New approaches to preserving and storing heritage iron ranging from archaeological objects through to ships such as the ssGreat Britain are to be examined as part of a major multi-disciplinary project led by Cardiff University.
Scholarships widen access to STEM subjects
Fifty aspiring University students with ambitions to study science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) at a leading institution, yet feel restricted by their financial situation, have been given a helping hand.
Climate threatens trout and salmon
Trout and salmon are among the world’s most familiar freshwater fishes, but numbers have fallen over recent decades – in some areas, dramatically.
Trials begin on potent new Hepatitis C drug
The first clinical trials have started on a new investigational drug, discovered by researchers at Cardiff University, which is being developed to treat infections caused by Hepatitis C virus.
Classical BRIT Awards
One of opera’s youngest rising stars studying at the International Academy of Voice at Cardiff University will make her debut performance at the Classical BRIT Awards 2010.
Business opportunities in Low Carbon
A leading thinker in the field of sustainable energy will be using a business networking event to reveal how Welsh industry can benefit from Wales’ ambitions to accelerate its transition to a low-carbon energy economy.
Wales Centre to deliver ‘model’ healthcare services
A new all-Wales Centre to help create more effective healthcare services using the latest mathematical and computational modelling techniques will be officially launched this week (Friday 7th May).