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Dr Mohammad Al-Amri talks to BBC Radio Wales about his Virtual Reality research

12 February 2020

The programme hosted by Adam Walton discussed the use of virtual reality to support patients and staff.

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International team delivers research breakthrough for leading cause of blindness

7 February 2020

Cardiff University work underpins research that could open up new routes for diagnosis and therapy

Hands of robot and human touching on global virtual network connection future interface. Artificial intelligence technology concept.

Cardiff academic examines ‘human-centric’ cyber security

4 February 2020

Airbus Accelerator probes cyber strengths

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Novel insight into chromosome 21 and its effect on Down syndrome

31 January 2020

Cardiff University researchers observed three gene groups with importance for memory function

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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

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Cardiff researchers identify new genetic link to schizophrenia

13 January 2020

Largest study of its kind sheds further light on underlying causes of mental health condition

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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

First Minister Mark Drakeford; teacher Dr Anna Henderson; Phoenix Project lead Professor Judith Hall; Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Riordan

Cardiff University project launches schools’ tree-planting initiative in Wales and Namibia

13 January 2020

Phoenix Trees for Schools Wales launched with tree-planting ceremony at Cardiff school

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MSc Psychology conversion course launched

9 January 2020

The School of Psychology has launched an innovative Master’s course that enables people to pursue a career in psychology after completing an unrelated undergraduate degree.