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“You have got to have faith in yourself”: Graduate achieves 2:1 less than two years after suffering a stroke

3 August 2021

Nia Phillips is celebrating with family after a challenging year

University’s Welsh-language ambitions shared at Eisteddfod AmGen 2021

3 August 2021

Introduction to new Welsh Language Academy part of festival coverage

Immunology

New Scholarship supports intercalating medical students

28 July 2021

The annual scholarship will support the brightest and best Cardiff University medical student in Professor Bryan Williams’ name.

Close up of an eye

Synthetic corneal implants developed to alleviate transplant donor shortage

27 July 2021

Researchers have developed fully synthetic corneal implants that will resolve the corneal tissue shortage faced by traditional corneal transplants.

Lily Thomas

Student overcomes COVID-19 challenges to graduate with a First Class Honours degree in Biochemistry

27 July 2021

Lily Thomas’ Professional Training Year was cut short by the pandemic, forcing a sudden departure from Italy where she was working on the generation of a novel, fully biodegradable wound dressing

Nurse in scrubs administering COVID test

Study highlights ’vital 30-day window’ for hospital inpatients to get COVID-19 jab

23 July 2021

Early findings helped to change Welsh vaccination policy to prioritise vulnerable patients during second wave

New campaign highlights need to seek help for ‘vague but concerning’ cancer symptoms

22 July 2021

Cardiff University-led campaign will feature trained ‘cancer champions’

New study raises prospect of ‘fine-tuning’ immune response through individual T-cells

20 July 2021

Cardiff University findings could have important implications for vaccine design

More than one in five people ‘less likely to attend cancer screening post-pandemic’

16 July 2021

Cardiff University-led survey looked in detail at impact of COVID-19 on attitudes to screening

The impact of COVID-19 maternity service changes on pregnant women

14 July 2021

Professor Julia Sanders, Professor of Clinical Nursing and Midwifery at Cardiff University is part of the WRISK study team funded by The Wellcome Trust to explore pregnant women’s experiences of risk communication during pregnancy.