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Press Releases from 2010

Cardiff scholar undertakes lecture tour in the U.S.


An expert on how Wales moulded modern America is embarking on a prestigious lecture tour of the United States this week (11 – 27 March 2010).

Futurity website goes global with UK partners


Cardiff University is one of the first UK universities to partner with the research news website Futurity.

International debut for Cardiff University cricketer


Cardiff University student Heather Knight has proved that she is one of the rising stars in Women’s Cricket after being called up to join the England women’s team on tour in India (15 February – 9 March 2010).

“High costs of Legal Aid demand system rethink,” claims Cardiff Law Professor


Richard Moorhead, Professor of Law at Cardiff University, has called for an urgent rethink of how legal problems are dealt with, if access to justice is to be a reality.

Welsh business urged to sign-up for University knowledge and expertise


Universities can play a key role in Wales’ economic recovery if businesses take advantage of their knowledge and research expertise, a leading Cardiff University academic will argue this week (Tuesday 23rd February).

Her Majesty rewards Cardiff research on violence


Pioneering Cardiff University research, which has transformed local, national and international policy on violence, was recognised by Her Majesty the Queen this morning (Friday, January 19).

Machine intelligence


In this year’s IET/ BCS Turing Lecture, hosted by Cardiff University, Professor Chris Bishop discusses the field of machine learning, and shows how uncertainty can be modelled and quantified using probabilities.

Giant panda genome reveals new insights into the bear’s bamboo diet


A Chinese-led team including international researchers with a scientist from Cardiff University, has shed new light on some of the giant panda’s unusual biological traits, including its famously restricted diet.

World-renowned conductor helps opera students shine


One of the foremost conductors of his generation, Carlo Rizzi is to share his immense knowledge and talent with young opera stars from the International Academy of Voice at Cardiff University.

Cardiff pioneers assessment of Criminal Advocates


Researchers from Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University have been the first to assess in a verifiable way the quality of criminal advocates. The study adds evidence to a growing body of opinion that there needs to be a stronger and more cohesive system for ensuring the quality of advocates.