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Diagnostic tool for leading viral cause of birth defects Diagnostic tool for leading viral cause of birth defects

15/10/14

New device for early diagnosis of Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) in development

Cancer Open Day offers hope to family living with breast cancer Cancer Open Day offers hope to family living with breast cancer

14/10/14

The European Cancer Stem Research Institute at Cardiff University welcomed hundreds of people through its doors as part of the first Cardiff Cancer Open Day held recently. Included in those visitors were two women – a mother and daughter from Newport – who were encouraged to attend the Open Day having been personally affected by the disease.

University innovation to spark economic growth in Wales University innovation to spark economic growth in Wales

02/10/14

£300m investment in four new buildings

Genetic test would help ‘cut cancer spread’ Genetic test would help ‘cut cancer spread’

30/09/14

Research makes the case for UK- wide Lynch Syndrome screening programme

One-in-ten antibiotic prescriptions ‘fail’ One-in-ten antibiotic prescriptions ‘fail’

26/09/14

20-year study uncovers rising rates of antibiotic failure for common infections

Health ministers set ‘standard’ to cut violence Health ministers set ‘standard’ to cut violence

25/09/14

A new ‘standard’ on sharing information to reduce violence is to be adopted across England – thanks to pioneering work by Cardiff University researchers

Dr Matt Smalley Leading New International Training Network

24/09/14

Deputy Director of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, Dr Matt Smalley is spearheading the establishment of a new international training network for early stage career scientists interested in breast biology and cancer research.

Domestic abuse Bill ‘doesn’t go far enough’ Domestic abuse Bill ‘doesn’t go far enough’

23/09/14

Childhood Studies Professor urges AMs to include education and young people’s own experiences at heart of Bill

Ireland, Wales and the First World War Ireland, Wales and the First World War

22/09/14

Conference discusses history, myth and cultural memory of the Great War

Scottish Independence Referendum Scottish Independence Referendum

18/09/14

How Did We Get Here?

Cardiff University ‘third in the world’ for public administration research Cardiff University ‘third in the world’ for public administration research

17/09/14

Cardiff University has been ranked ahead of major competitors for its public administration research.

Helping carers of brain injury patients Helping carers of brain injury patients

17/09/14

Researchers launch online resource for families and healthcare practitioners

Advancing gender equality in the arts Advancing gender equality in the arts

16/09/14

University recognised for commitment to promoting equality and diversity

Protecting the endangered Orang-Utan Protecting the endangered Orang-Utan

16/09/14

New research examines how to improve green corridors in a rapidly changing environment

Jekyll and Hyde thrills new generation Jekyll and Hyde thrills new generation

12/09/14

Classic horror story reimagined as immersive gaming experience

Centre launches to improve wound treatment Centre launches to improve wound treatment

10/09/14

University-led initiative to help heal £4bn wound in NHS budget

NATO after the Wales summit NATO after the Wales summit

03/09/14

Security experts, NATO representatives and academics to examine challenges confronting the Alliance

Flower power Flower power

01/09/14

Why plants in the office make us more productive

Dr Lee Parry with Catrin Morgan from Enterprise Enterprise Selects Cancer Institute as Chosen Charity

20/08/14

The European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, one of Cardiff University’s high profile research facilities, is delighted that the Enterprise Holdings Foundation has selected them as their chosen charity to support for the next year.

Minor variations in ice sheet size can trigger abrupt climate change Minor variations in ice sheet size can trigger abrupt climate change

20/08/14

Small fluctuations in the sizes of ice sheets during the last ice age were enough to trigger abrupt climate change, scientists have found.

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