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New professorial role first for Wales New professorial role first for Wales


Lecturer appointed to new role in Clinical Nursing Practice Research at Florence Nightingale Foundation

Green Impact Awards Green Impact Awards


Energy saving initiative launched during Sustainability Week

Operation Ouch! – Take 2 Operation Ouch! – Take 2


Cardiff University researchers star in CBBC series exploring the human body

International award for fertility researcher International award for fertility researcher


Dr Michail Nomikos’ research aims to help childless couples

Cardiff ranked first for physiotherapy in the UK Cardiff ranked first for physiotherapy in the UK


The Times Good University Guide 2014 has ranked Cardiff University first in the UK for physiotherapy

Boost for Cardiff as new term gets underway Boost for Cardiff as new term gets underway


Five lecturers appointed through the Coleg’s Academic Staffing Scheme

Developing leadership capability


Staff who have completed one of the University's five leadership and management programmes have been recognised at the annual Leadership Awards.

Concrete with cracks Concrete which can heal its own cracks


Success at British Science Festival for futuristic discovery

Mothers of Africa runs Cardiff Mothers of Africa runs Cardiff


University staff raising funds to help reduce maternal mortality rate in Africa

Taking the charity plunge Taking the charity plunge


Professor Julian Halcox leads charity channel swim

Richard Wyn Jones The ‘Fascist Party’ in Wales?


New book tests accusation that Plaid Cymru sympathised with fascism

Vice Chancellor Professor Colin Riordan What are universities for?


What are universities for? Everybody knows that universities exist to educate students and help to create a highly educated workforce. Most people know they're also the place where research is done that ends up in technologies like smartphones, fuel-efficient cars and advanced medical care. That means universities are a critical part of the innovation process.

Chief Scientist for Wales Chief Scientist for Wales


Professor Julie Williams appointed new Chief Scientific Adviser to the Welsh Government

Putting customers first Putting customers first


Customer Service Excellence ® standard awarded to Information Services

Research ramblers Rambling Researchers conquer 10 peaks for Tenovus


School of Biosciences raise £2000 for cancer

Prof Steve Ormerod Shaping the future of our environment


Cardiff academics to chair and advise on Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) Science Development Group

Karen Holford IWA Inspire Wales Awards


Recognises and rewards active citizenship in Wales

Student Life Awards table Enriching Student Life Awards


Staff and students recognised for their commitment to student experience

ESRC award winners Reframing school food policy


Major ESRC prize recognises impact of Cardiff research

Prof Kennard getting award Business School director honoured


Recognised for significant, special and outstanding contribution

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