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From Ark to Park From Ark to Park

04/01/2010

From Ark to Park: the threat of parasites in conservation

A robin on a branch Why don’t robins get fat?

21/12/2009

New research looks at artificial light and feeding habits

Illustrations of tortoises Future Animals

05/12/2009

Young people design the animals of the next millennium

Politicians turn Psychologists Politicians turn Psychologists

12/11/2009

Welsh MPs paired with leading University scientists

Testing age-old cold remedy Testing age-old cold remedy

06/10/2009

Volunteers needed for pioneering study

Royal launch for arthritis research centre Royal launch for arthritis research centre

24/09/2009

£10M interdisciplinary project to advance understanding of arthritis

Cancer Research UK boost for Cardiff Cancer Research UK boost for Cardiff

10/09/2009

New research Centre to develop tailored treatments for patients

Hornbill Discriminating hornbills think like us

14/08/2009

Research by Cardiff student suggests some birds think like primates

Molecular cancer therapy Molecular cancer therapy

15/07/2009

International collaboration to advance novel cancer research

Martha Crockatt in her mushroom costume Standing up for fungi

10/07/2009

University researcher steps up to the Fourth Plinth

The curing stage of microsphere production Cheltenham Science Festival

30/05/2009

University expertise on display

Adult Ghost Slug Strange species

29/05/2009

Slug named as a bizarre new discovery

Sheep on a hill Sheep’s Asian beginnings

24/04/2009

Genetic tests unravel woolly history of sheep domestication

Man with head in hands Lithium and the brain

21/04/2009

New light on how bipolar drug works

Professor Julie Williams, School of Medicine Cardiff experts call for Alzheimer’s action

26/03/2009

Researchers aim to beat crisis

Breast Cancer Campaign logo Beating breast cancer

24/03/2009

New treatment explores power of immune system

National Science and Engineering Week National Science and Engineering Week

05/03/2009

School children get hands-on with sustainability

Tailor-made Protein strands Protein engineers

06/02/2009

Novel technology develops tailor-made proteins

A cabbage white butterfly, one of the pest species reared on the farms studied for the research Natural pest control

03/02/2009

Study suggests no difference in natural pest control on both conventional and organic farms

Sir Martin Evans (left) receives the Gold Medal from the President of The Royal Society of Medicine, Professor Robin Williamson Gold Medal for Nobel Prize winner

21/01/2009

Sir Martin Evans honoured by The Royal Society of Medicine