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An archive of news from the University. For further information on any of the topics covered or to talk to any of the experts whose research is featured, please contact the University's Public Relations Team.
2013's top stories.
Short film introduces students to Cardiff’s support services and facilities
£2.4M to engage communities in key decisions
Cardiff’s efforts to develop research staff rewarded
Research explores 12,000 year fossil record
Cardiff makes Stonewall’s Top 100 for third consecutive year
2012's top stories.
Recording of Professor Harries' key note address
Key to immune system disease could lie inside the cheek
Conference to explore ethical dimension of NHS
Funding secured to produce new book on the life of South Wales ship-owner
Achievements secure prestigious Academy of Medical Educators award
Minister builds turbine in all-girls science club
One of the UK’s foremost figures in journalism to join Cardiff
Minister unveils state-of-the-art learning technology for student nurses and midwives
33-mile trek to raise funds to improve maternal and child healthcare
385 million year old forest unearthed in New York
2011's top stories.
Cardiff City FC support Down’s syndrome Awareness Campaign
Mesele Oluwaseun wins this year’s Cardiff University Commonwealth Scholarship
Institute Français praises Lifelong Learning French provision
Four Cardiff academics receive highest honour in the field
Welsh medium teaching appointments in Maths, Law and History
New extension offering improved services for students
Cardiff research suggests changes are unlikely to deliver benefits
Leading lawyer appointed Senior Fellow in Welsh Law at Cardiff University
Art exhibition explores mental health research and its implications
Honorary Professor uncovers more about the role Natural Killer cells play in our body's immune response
2010's top stories.
First clinical trials successfully completed on potent new Hepatitis C drug
Major Roman site reveals hidden ‘city centre’
New flagship postgraduate scholarships available
Professor Ole Petersen brings exciting plans for research and teaching
2009's top stories.
University study makes TIME Magazine’s top 10 medical breakthroughs
Inauguration of President Sir Martin Evans and recognition of Lord Neil Kinnock’s contribution
Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Violence and Society Research Group
Cardiff's commitment to students' development praised
2008's top stories.
Research Assessment Exercise results
2007's top stories.
Submission of Research Assessment Exercise caps year of achievement
Quality Mark for care leavers in higher education
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