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Science in Health webinar

Science in Health webinar attracts a worldwide audience

16 July 2020

The Science in Health team held a LIVE interactive online session last week with participants from right across the world.

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Partnership protects Borneo’s endangered species

13 July 2020

Cardiff project preserves rare rainforest habitat

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Innovative partnership protects river ecosystems

13 July 2020

Recognition for sustainable management of freshwaters

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Faster DNA sequencing transforms HIV treatment

13 July 2020

New system benefits HIV and TB patients in Wales

Professor Kate Brain

UK-wide research to look at impact of Covid-19 on early cancer diagnosis

3 July 2020

Cardiff University and Cancer Research UK study hopes to target ‘cancer can wait’ attitude

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Planting begins for rainforest restoration project

30 June 2020

12,500 trees to be planted in Kinabatangan rainforest under Cardiff University’s Regrow Borneo scheme

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Frailty is as important as age or underlying health issues in Covid-19 death risk, study finds

29 June 2020

Study of more than 1,500 hospital patients suggests increasing frailty means higher risk of death

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New study shows iconic golden eagle was once common throughout Wales

30 June 2020

Cardiff University research is part of project to bring eagle species back to parts of Welsh landscape

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How are people with OCD coping during the Covid-19 pandemic?

24 June 2020

Cardiff University lecturer launches project to investigate impact on people with obsessive-compulsive disorder

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Pilot project could provide early warning system for new Covid-19 outbreaks

18 June 2020

Welsh Government announces funding for project to monitor virus spread in wastewater