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Kicking life into the immune system to fight cancer

20 February 2018

Researchers at Cardiff University, in collaboration with the University of Birmingham, have developed molecules that could activate the immune system to eradicate cancer cells.

Potential new treatment for advanced cancers

Potential new treatment for advanced cancers

25 January 2018

New potential therapy identified for aggressive breast cancer

Cardiff University’s microneedles research team guest edit the Journal of Controlled Release

17 January 2018

Cardiff University’s microneedles research team guest edit the Journal of Controlled Release

Dr Emma Kidd introducing school children to the Brain Games Dome

Newport’s children welcomed to Cardiff University's School of Pharmacy

15 January 2018

Nearly 400 children from eight primary schools across Newport have been welcomed to Cardiff University’s School of Pharmacy as part of School Science Club.

Niclosemide, a potent activator of PINK1, a protein mutated in Parkinson's disease

Tapeworm drug could lead the fight against Parkinson’s Disease

11 December 2017

Researchers at Cardiff University, in collaboration with the University of Dundee, have identified a drug molecule within a medicine used to treat tapeworm infections which could lead to new treatments for patients with Parkinson’s Disease.

Pharmabees sustainability award

Pharmabees wins sustainability award

11 December 2017

Cynnal Cymru - Sustain Wales Awards ceremony takes place in the Senedd.

School of Pharmacy Pharmabees Project wins Da Vinci Innovation and Impact Award

6 December 2017

Dr James Blaxland of the School of Pharmacy has won a Da Vinci Innovation and Impact Award.

Pharmabees beer launch

Brewing with botanicals makes ‘Pharmabees beer’

30 November 2017

‘Mêl’ combines University honey with health-enriching botanicals.

Life Sciences Research Network Congress brings together Wales’ finest Drug Discovery Researchers.

22 November 2017

The Life Sciences Research Network Wales is part of the Welsh Government’s £50 million Sêr Cymru programme aimed at building research capacity within Wales.

Portrait image of Amisha

Cardiff MPharm student explores Pharmacy practice in Zambia

21 November 2017

Earlier this year, a Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences student organised a four-week Pharmacy placement in Zambia.