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Examining eye care

27 January 2012

The Minister for Health and Social Services, Lesley Griffiths, has visited the UK’s first postgraduate education centre for optometry – based at Cardiff University.

Stem cell awareness

27 January 2012

Experts in stem cell research from across the University have come together to help raise awareness of their work and promote greater research collaborations.

Ford drives the next generation

27 January 2012

Ten of Cardiff University’s most promising engineers and scientists are each set to receive a scholarship as part of a new £1 million Ford university scholarship programme, designed to encourage a new generation of UK scientists and celebrate 100 years of Ford’s commitment to the UK.

Stem cell awareness

27 January 2012

Event showcases University’s leading stem cell research.

Tackling knee pain

27 January 2012

Running backwards provides important insights into painful joint condition

Defeating dementia

24 January 2012

One of the University’s leading scientists is backing an Alzheimer’s charity’s call for an increase in the number of scientists working on understanding the causes of dementia.

Successful launch for wildlife show

23 January 2012

West End stage star Connie Fisher was among more than 130 guests attending the University’s screening of the new series of Rhys to the Rescue.

A new prescription for medicine

19 January 2012

Cardiff medical students are set to work more closely with other healthcare students as part of a modern multiprofessional team so patients receive the safest possible care, according to the University’s new Senior Lecturer in Interprofessional Medical Education.

Fellowship honour for Physiotherapist

16 January 2012

The Director of Postgraduate Healthcare Studies has been awarded a Fellowship from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the profession.

‘Killer cells’ and diabetes

16 January 2012

Killer T-cells in the human body which help protect us from disease can inadvertently destroy cells that produce insulin, new University research has uncovered.