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Royal recognition

3 January 2019

University experts recognised in the 2019 Queen’s New Year’s Honours list

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Double New Year Honours for Optometry and Vision Sciences

3 January 2019

The School of Optometry and Visions Sciences has been represented twice in the Queen’s New Year Honours list for 2019.

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Protecting proboscis monkeys from deforestation

2 January 2019

Protection of swamp forests is vital for survival of endangered proboscis monkey

Breast cancer under a microscope

New insight into aggressive breast cancers

26 December 2018

Cardiff University researchers discover protein driving aggressive breast cancer

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Cardiff optometry graduates excel in final assessments

20 December 2018

In this year’s College of Optometrists’ Final Assessments (OSCE), Cardiff graduates have once again scored exceptionally.

Adoption

‘Adopting Together’ wins UK accolade

20 December 2018

KTP brings home innovation award

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Cardiff University PhD students attend Wales Ecology & Evolution Network Conference

19 December 2018

Cardiff University PhD students are helping to shape a more sustainable future, sharing their research at the Wales Ecology & Evolution Network Conference.

Human eye

In the eye of the psychopath

18 December 2018

You might be able to spot a psychopath by their eyes

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School researchers attend significant stem cell symposium event in Japan

18 December 2018

On December 7th, researchers from the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences attended a research symposium at Osaka University.

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Drones can detect protected nightjar nests

17 December 2018

Researchers trial new method of locating the nests of the elusive European nightjar