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Prof Benoît Goossens on stage at the workshop in Borneo

Collaborating to combat wildlife crimes

30 July 2020

Sabah’s first anti-corruption workshop will help to ensure that wildlife, forest and fisheries agencies are expertly equipped to respond to wildlife crimes.

New Head of School of Dentistry

29 July 2020

Professor Nicola Innes has been appointed as the new Head of the School for the School of Dentistry.

Enhanced terrestrial weathering technique to remove Co2

‘Climate urgency’ may dampen public acceptance of carbon dioxide removal technologies

28 July 2020

Researchers have conducted a pioneering study to gauge public acceptance on the use of carbon dioxide removal technologies to tackle climate change.

Person having a blood spot test carried out

New pinprick blood test for Covid-19

27 July 2020

Low-cost technique protects NHS patients and staff

COVID-19 Community Journal Club

Getting to grips with COVID-19

25 July 2020

Scientists at Cardiff University's School of Medicine release weekly COVID-19 community journal club

Bedwyr Ab Ion Thomas

Research student creates ‘mini dictionary’ of new Welsh terms while carrying out cutting-edge research

17 July 2020

Bedwyr Ab Ion Thomas is hunting for new treatments for fatal diseases through the medium of Welsh

Rewilding Cardiff with Citizen Scientists

17 July 2020

The Pharmabees team are looking to rewild the city with the help of its residents

Stock image of an eye

You can see it in their eyes: Traumatic experiences leave mark on pupils, new study finds

17 July 2020

Cardiff University study finds pupils of people with PTSD respond differently to emotional images

Pharmabees team up with Cardiff Council

17 July 2020

The Pharmabees team have joined forces with Cardiff Council to provide a set of online resources from primary school children.

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Discovery of new immune targets inside flu virus offers hope for universal vaccine

16 July 2020

Cardiff University-led study found internal protein fragments that could provide new target for drugs