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Airbourne Lab flying over Bornean jungle

Airborne laboratory uncovers vital elephant habitats from the sky

21 January 2020

Scientists in aeroplanes uncover crucial information about elephant movements through Borneo, helping develop a plan to protect the endangered species.

Professor Andrew Sewell with Research Fellow Garry Dolton in a lab

Discovery of new T-cell raises prospect of ‘universal’ cancer therapy

20 January 2020

Cardiff University study describes unconventional immune cell which could open up treatment of wide range of cancers in all patients

Composition image of different insects

Cardiff researcher unites with global scientists to compile insect recovery action plan

13 January 2020

More than 70 scientists from 21 counties say urgent action is required to halt decline

Female scientist working in a lab

Cardiff University to share in £18.5m biosciences boost

6 January 2020

Funding is part of £170m investment in next generation of UK bioscientists

Pregnant woman

‘Depression in pregnancy alters male infant behaviour - but mothers don’t notice’

6 December 2019

New study suggests mothers with emotional issues do not recognise their sons’ difficulties, leading to delays in support

Contemporary dance

New contemporary dance inspired by biophysics

6 November 2019

The cutting-edge research of a Cardiff University scientist is being used as the basis for a new contemporary dance

Researcher holding a petri dish

New understanding of an antibiotic could help tackle drug-resistant pathogen

31 October 2019

A drug-resistant pathogen is one step closer to being tackled, thanks to new research from the University of Warwick and Cardiff University.

Professor Ole Petersen

University Professor appointed Editor-in-Chief of new American Physiological Society journal

21 October 2019

School of Biosciences Professor, Ole Petersen, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of new journal, ‘Function’-

River

New research identifies a climate signature in rivers globally

17 September 2019

For decades geoscientists have been trying to detect the influence of climate on the formation of rivers, but up to now there has been no systematic evidence.

A young banteng

The banteng: Sabah’s most endangered mammal under scrutiny

10 September 2019

The Bornean banteng is dwindling to very low population densities, with fewer than 500 left in the wild.