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A masterclass in opera A masterclass in opera


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.

Professor Craddock with Kerry Katona Understanding bipolar disorder


Volunteers are being invited to join celebrities Stephen Fry and Kerry Katona in helping University researchers understand how genetic and environmental factors contribute to bipolar disorder.

Gala Evening for Chinese students Gala Evening for Chinese students


Guests from the Welsh Assembly, British Council Wales, the Chinese Embassy and schools from across Cardiff joined the Lord Mayor and staff from Cardiff Confucius Institute for the 2010 Chinese New Year Gala.

Re-constructing multiculturalism Re-constructing multiculturalism


Prospective postgraduate students looking for funds to examine how the UK is dealing with and responding to the richness and challenges of multiculturalism are being urged to sign-up for a new scholarship opportunity.

Go Global Go Global


The diversity of the University’s student community will be celebrated at an event that aims to unite different cultures and highlight the talents of Cardiff students from around the world.

Is local best? Is local best?


Does local food have a lower carbon footprint than non-local food? Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from food supply chains suggests that this may not always be true, according to a guest speaker at the University.

Pint of beer Alcohol sponsorship ban would have ‘little effect’ on underage drinking


An alcohol sponsorship ban would by itself have little effect on youth drinking patterns, according to research by Cardiff Business School’s Dr Fiona Davies.

Jamie Roberts playing for Wales Medical student at centre of rugby Six Nations


A Cardiff University medical student will play centre for Wales in rugby’s RBS Six Nations tournament.

Pregnant woman in silhouette Depression in pregnancy tied to antisocial behaviour in teenagers


Psychologists from Cardiff’s School of Psychology have published new evidence revealing children from urban areas whose mothers suffer from depression during pregnancy are more likely than others to show antisocial behaviour, including violent behaviour, later in life.

music notation Hitting the High Notes


Spring performances by exciting new opera talent

Professor Wickramasinghe Evidence “steadily mounting” for cosmic life


Professor Wickramasinghe calls for pronouncement on “our likely alien ancestry”

Research sparks new business spin-out Research sparks new business spin-out


Surgical instrument design turned into new medical start-up company

Treating diabetes Treating diabetes


Research reveals new information about intensive glucose control for diabetes

Animal art Animal art


New interpretation of animal bones by artist in residence

Professor Sir Martin Evans The President’s Research Scholarships


New flagship postgraduate scholarships available

Carducci String Quartet Carducci String Quartet


Opportunities to see the University’s Ensemble-in-Residence in performance

stack of newspapers Science in the media


Major report draws on Cardiff research

Bipolar Eductaion Programme logo BEPCymru launched


All-Wales University Education Programme for people with Bipolar Disorder launched

enny Willott MP is shown key brain imaging techniques with her fellow MP Roger Williams (left to right) by Dr David McGonigle and Dr Natalia Lawrence MPs’ Royal Society visit


MPs visit University as part of unique ‘pairing’ scheme

Professor Ole Petersen CBE FRS World authority to lead School of Biosciences


Professor Ole Petersen brings exciting plans for research and teaching

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