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Cardiff joins AI Doctoral Training Centre

21 February 2019

University partners Swansea

Cosmic dust supernovae blast

Cosmic dust forms in supernovae blasts

20 February 2019

New discovery solves mystery of how building blocks of stars and planets form

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Leading the search for supernovae and unusual transients

8 February 2019

Newly appointed lecturer, Dr Cosimo Inserra, is awarded a long term astronomical survey.

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EPSRC funds CS Centre for Doctoral Training

4 February 2019

Boost for UK CS wafer manufacturing

Mike Edmunds receiving the Giuseppe Sciacca International Award for Physics

International awards for School of Physics and Astronomy academics

1 February 2019

Professors Mike Edmunds and Matt Griffin have received prestigious international awards for their research work.

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Engaging young people with real astronomy

25 January 2019

The School of Physics and Astronomy has received £445,000 as part of two grants worth over £8 million for projects aimed at young people.

Gravitational waves experiment

Better ‘hearing aids’ to listen to the Universe

23 January 2019

Cardiff University receives new funding to help improve sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors

Bernard Schutz

Pioneering professor wins Eddington Medal

11 January 2019

Royal Astronomical Society prize for Professor Bernard Schutz

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Groovy young rock stars and the Holy Grail

3 January 2019

Cardiff professor on the hunt for another Earth

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Largest ever black hole merger detected

7 December 2018

Scientists observe gravitational waves emanating from the collision of two giant black holes roughly five billion light years from Earth