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Marie Curie actions logo £1M Marie Curie Fellowships boost Cardiff’s research profile


Five international Fellows arrive in Cardiff University to bolster Wales’s knowledge base

The bird that soared above the rest The bird that soared above the rest


Genomes reveal a rapid evolutionary change in falcons’ rise to becoming the ultimate predators

What’s the Big Idea? What’s the Big Idea?


Celebrating ideas and curiosity for National Science and Engineering Week

Success at national MRI conference Success at national MRI conference


Postgraduate student awarded first prize for presentation

Professor Chris McGuigan & Assembly Government Minister for the Economy, Science and Transport, Edwina Hart A Life Sciences hub for Wales


Professor Chris McGuigan to chair key group

Virus Vaccine in sight for biggest hidden virus


Scientists make headway in developing a vaccine for the leading infectious cause of congenital birth

John Parkes American Academy of Microbiology Fellow


Professor John Parkes joins distinguished list of scientists

Something to chew over Something to chew over


Chewing gum helps you concentrate for longer

Brain image Mapping oxygen consumption in the brain


Grant to develop innovative technologies

Sir Martin Evans unveiling the new building plaque University school named after Wales’s Nobel Prize winner


£4million extension to School of Biosciences opened for students

Professor Julie Williams Creating jobs


Medical research secures 500 full-time posts

Child holding ear Novel approach to treating glue ear could save children from surgery


New trial to explore a steroid treatment for glue ear

Flood sign Climate Change


‘More important than ever’ for the Welsh Public

Dr Julieta Galante Free web-based meditation course is launched


A newly launched free online meditation course aims to improve mental health and physical wellbeing across the UK.

China link-up to ‘create better cancer treatments’ China link-up to ‘create better cancer treatments’


Some of China’s leading cancer experts will work alongside Welsh scientists in a bid to create new cancer treatments.

Student Society Success Student Society Success


School of Psychology named ‘Best University Society’

Are chemicals damaging the health of male otters? Are chemicals damaging the health of male otters?


Hormone disrupting chemicals linked to problems in reproductive health of male otters

Cover of Cortex journal Hypnosis study unlocks secrets of unexplained paralysis


30% of patients with symptoms of neurological illness cannot be medically diagnosed -hypnosis may hold clues to an answer