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Dr Nigel Francis

Bioscience academic shortlisted for national award in innovative education

8 November 2022

Dr Nigel Francis has been recognised for his #DryLabsRealScience project, started during the Covid-19 lockdown to bring laboratory classes and fieldwork to life

Anna Webberley

Meet Anna Webberley, Marsh Young Ornithologist of the Year 2022

7 November 2022

Anna is studying a BSc Biological Sciences and won this prestigious prize after reviving Cardiff University’s Ornithology Society

Asian elephants

New research highlights changes needed for Asian elephant conservation

18 October 2022

The most comprehensive analysis of Asian elephant movement and habitat preference to date found that elephants prefer habitats on the boundaries of protected areas, meaning they are more likely to come into contact with people

Martina Bonassera

Undergraduate is first author on paper revealing flaws in transparency about animal testing

14 October 2022

Martina Bonassera’s research found significant variation in the reporting of animal welfare practices in laboratory testing

WW challenge

Students’ Dŵr Cymru water conservation challenge

12 October 2022

Research students come up with innovative ways of saving water to combat increased demand and supply issues

Blue plaque unveiled for Thomas Graham Brown

Blue plaque unveiled to celebrate physiologist Professor Thomas Graham Brown

3 October 2022

The Physiological Society’s plaque scheme marks more than 100 years of cutting-edge physiology research at what is now Cardiff University

Recognition for outstanding lecturer

5 August 2022

Dr Nigel Francis awarded National Teaching Fellowship for impact on student learning and teaching

8 portraits athletes from Cardiff University

Cardiff University students past and present competing at Commonwealth Games

28 July 2022

Many developed their passion and skills for their sports while in Cardiff

Scientists pour cold water on claims British rivers are ‘cleanest since Industrial Revolution’

11 July 2022

Water quality still ‘unacceptably poor’ in many Welsh – and UK rivers – research shows

Professor Ole Petersen accepts award

Professor receives prestigious prize from leading pancreatology organisation

8 July 2022

Professor Ole Petersen is recognised by the International Association of Pancreatology (IAP) for his “outstanding research contribution to pancreatology”