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Orangutan coming down from the trees

Orangutans coming down from the trees

17 February 2014

Terrestrial activity of Bornean orangutans highlights a conservation threat

Otter

How healthy are Scotland’s otters?

14 February 2014

International funding will help scientists develop a much clearer understanding of the threats faced by UK otters.

New model of neurodegenerative disease

14 February 2014

Modelling the neurodegenerative disease ALS to aid translational studies

Dr Thomas Connor

Cardiff scientists share £8.5M to help solve key medical challenges

7 February 2014

MRC Consortium for Medical Microbial Bioinformatics (CMMB) initiative unveiled.

Record rise in insulin use

6 February 2014

Study reveals insulin use to treat type 2 diabetes trebles over 20 years.

Toddler burns

4 February 2014

One year olds have 10 times as many burns and scalds as older children.

Paul Spencer remembered in renaming the New Lecture Theatre

3 February 2014

The 'New' Lecture Theatre is renamed the Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre.

Thomas Lemon, a final year medical student at the School of Medicine

Triple honours for School of Medicine student

31 January 2014

Thomas Lemon already making waves in his chosen profession.

Seaweed

Seaweed joins fight against disease

30 January 2014

The disease-fighting qualities of seaweed compounds are being investigated by an international network of scientists, with trials for new inhalation therapies for cystic fibrosis sufferers already underway.

A soil sample being taken from the ground.

Nature’s resistance against climate change

30 January 2014

Effect of climate change on soil creatures could upset the earth’s ability to absorb carbon.