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Press Releases from 2010

Parenting beliefs


New study examines how care giving shapes infant development

Collaborative Cardiff project offers survival hope for isolated orang-utans


A collaborative project involving researchers from Cardiff University’s Danau Girang Field Centre in Malaysia is offering new conservation hope to orang-utans in Borneo.

Double success for leading Cardiff neuroscientists


Two Cardiff University academics, both leaders in different aspects of neuroscience research, have received one of the leading honours in medical science.

Closing the food gap


A long-time US food activist and author is set to reveal what he believes to be the key to reducing hunger, food insecurity and obesity in America, and whether any comparisons can be made with the UK.

Cardiff University awards outstanding innovation


Innovative research which is helping to add more to the positive environmental profile of steelmaking and offer an alternative solution to animal testing have been recognised at Cardiff University’s annual Innovation Awards.

Medical students reach national rugby final


Medical students from Cardiff University will take to the pitch of one of Wales’ most famous rugby grounds for the final of a national rugby competition.

Quality communities - how to build sustainable communities fit for the future


Leading architect and award winning urban planner Roger Evans will argue that we will all need to aim far higher in terms of design quality if we are to succeed in building sustainable communities fit for the future.

A celebration of student volunteers


One of Wales’ largest student volunteering organisations has celebrated another year of achievement supporting communities and the economy in South Wales.

Shakespeare and Wales


Award-winning theatre director Michael Bodganov is headlining a major event at Cardiff University that aims to shed new light on Shakespeare’s relationship with Wales.

Serious violence down in England and Wales, according to annual Cardiff University survey


Serious violence in England and Wales fell by 0.4 per cent last year, according to the annual Cardiff University survey of hospital casualty departments.