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Scientists reveal genetic map of the human face

7 December 2020

‘Exciting findings’ will improve understanding of facial development

COV-Ed nurse study launches

4 December 2020

A new UK wide study is launched this week that examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted second and third year student nurses.

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Small and large birth weight linked to genetics of mother and baby – except in tiniest babies, study suggests

2 December 2020

New research by Cardiff University and the University of Exeter suggests genetics is ‘key’ to birth weight of newborn babies

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New study highlights ‘exceptional challenges’ of bereavement during COVID-19 pandemic

27 November 2020

UK-wide survey of bereaved people carried out by Cardiff and Bristol universities

Dr Chris Baker

Medical student designs ‘Essential Diagnosis’ game

24 November 2020

Role play helps train tomorrow’s medics

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Professor Mike Bruford wins ZSL Marsh Award for Conservation Biology

19 November 2020

A scientist who specialises in conservation genetics has won an award from international conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London).

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Improving cancer care in Wales and beyond

17 November 2020

The School of Healthcare Sciences and Velindre University NHS Trust have joined in partnership to grow research and develop a recognised centre of excellence in respect of Nursing, Allied Health Professional & Healthcare Scientist Research in cancer care & research in Wales and beyond.

CLIMB sequencing

Computing system for COVID-19 sequencing analysis wins major award

17 November 2020

Cardiff University’s Professor Tom Connor was technical architect of CLIMB

Dr Rhian Daniel receiving Suffrage Science Award

Medical statistician wins prestigious award to celebrate women in STEM

16 November 2020

Cardiff University’s Dr Rhian Daniel receives Suffrage Science Award

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New study reveals insights into ‘significant’ avoidable harm in primary care

11 November 2020

Main causes of avoidable harm found to be diagnostic error or medication incidents