Skip to content

News

DNA

Potential treatment for genetic form of autism

25 June 2018

Researchers discover promising treatment for genetic form of autism spectrum disorder

A bay in Tobago, blue see and green trees

Field course students rescue endangered turtle

20 June 2018

Cardiff University students saved the life a leatherback sea turtle on World Ocean Day after they found it tangled in a boat line.

Mapping memory

Mapping memory

14 June 2018

Spatial memory patterns mapped

Bearded pigs

Tracking Borneo’s bearded pigs

13 June 2018

High tech trackers have been placed on Borneo’s bearded pigs for the first time, helping to secure the future of the vulnerable species.

Brain waves

Understanding absence epilepsy

11 June 2018

New light shed on mechanisms of paediatric epilepsy

Sir Martin Evans Building

School of Biosciences praised for significant contribution to medical research

11 June 2018

The Cardiff University School of Biosciences has been praised in the Houses of Commons for its outstanding research.

cars lined up in traffic

Street-cleaning scavengers

7 June 2018

Millions of wild animals are killed on Britain’s roads each year, but the amount of roadkill could be six times higher than originally thought.

Professor Ole Petersen

Cardiff University Professor given lifetime achievement award

30 May 2018

A Cardiff University Professor has been rewarded for his ground-breaking research, which has contributed significantly to the field of physiology and pathophysiology.

Two Eurasian otters in wood

Cardiff University marks World Otter Day

30 May 2018

You can tune into an ‘as live’ otter dissection on World Otter Day, giving you an inside look at Cardiff University’s Otter Project’s research, which aims to protect and conserve otters across the UK.

image of cancer cells

Link between HPV and cancer after kidney transplant

30 May 2018

New research by Cardiff University has uncovered the process that leads the HPV virus to cause skin cancer in kidney transplant patients