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AI solutions for medicine and healthcare in Wales: summary of Data-driven systems medicine workshop

27 August 2019

On 11-12 June, DELL EMC and Partners hosted the Data-driven System Medicine workshop at the Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC).

Butetown Mile fun run 2019

On your marks, get set, run!

27 August 2019

The sun was shining on Sunday as runners of all ages and abilities took part in the Butetown Mile

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‘Key player’ identified in genetic link to psychiatric conditions

21 August 2019

New research increases understanding of brain changes in schizophrenia and autism

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The future of targeting brain cancer

21 August 2019

Scientists have discovered molecular targets that might lead to a new generation of brain cancer therapies.

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£2.4 million grant for pioneering corneal study

15 August 2019

The MRC has awarded the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences a £2.4 million grant for a major corneal study.

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University professor appointed Deputy Chair of Natural Resources Wales

12 August 2019

Welsh Government appoint Professor Steve Ormerod to prestigious new role

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Gut changes in polar bears linked to retreat of Arctic sea ice

6 August 2019

Habitat loss could have negative implications for long-term health of polar bears

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Project success for our Occupational Therapy students

5 August 2019

Occupational Therapy students from Cardiff University have recently taken part in a week-long domestic life skills project, funded by BBC Cymru Children in Need...

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Fans urged to support cancer research

2 August 2019

Collection ahead of Manchester United v AC Milan match in Cardiff

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New research could explain why babies born during winter are at higher risk of developing mental health disorders

2 August 2019

Winter and autumn babies are exposed to higher levels of maternal stress hormone