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Cardiff celebrates Chinese New Year

Cardiff celebrates Chinese New Year

4 February 2019

As the world prepares to join China in celebrating Spring Festival, nowhere will the dawning of the Year of the Pig (5 February) be more enthusiastically greeted than in Cardiff. 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the unique ties which bind Cardiff and China. In 1989, the Welsh capital was the first city in the
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Cardiff community receives royal recognition

Cardiff community receives royal recognition

24 January 2019

Eleven Cardiff graduates representing a diverse range of fields have been listed in the 2019 Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.
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The eye test that maps your brain

The eye test that maps your brain

27 November 2018

Future Leaders in Neuroscience and Mental Health Research is an initiative providing seed-corn funding to early career researchers at Cardiff University. Donations to this cause are enabling Cardiff researchers like Dr Kathryn Peall to measure eye movements that will lead her to the part of the brain involved in a disorder called dystonia.
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