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Experts call for more active prevention of tooth decay for children’s teeth

27 November 2019

A three-year study comparing three different treatment options for tooth decay in children’s teeth suggests that preventing tooth decay from occurring in the first place is the most effective way help avoid pain and infection from decay.

Lorraine Whitmarsh

Cardiff University academic to take lead role in citizens’ assembly on climate change

25 November 2019

Climate Assembly UK will work on ways to cut carbon emissions

Dr Fabrizio Pertusati and Dr Michaela Serpi

Researchers discover potential new treatment for rare muscle-wasting disease

21 November 2019

New compound could slow progression of ‘one in a million’ GNE myopathy

James Birchall, Louise Hughes, Ryan Mootoo and Sion Coulman

Students at the School of Pharmacy step back in time to celebrate centenary

18 November 2019

Students step back in time to experience lectures as they would have been 100 years ago, to celebrate the School of Pharmacy’s centenary.

Small boy having eye test

Researchers take first step towards genetic test for childhood short-sightedness

15 November 2019

Global prevalence of myopia is rising rapidly, affecting one in three people in the UK

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New contemporary dance inspired by biophysics

6 November 2019

The cutting-edge research of a Cardiff University scientist is being used as the basis for a new contemporary dance

Professor Sir Michael Owen and Professor James Walters

World-leading mental health research centre celebrates ‘decade of discovery'

5 November 2019

One of the world’s leading centres for research into the underlying causes of mental health issues is marking its 10th anniversary.

School of Pharmacy host Centenary Conference

4 November 2019

The School of Pharmacy has kicked off its centenary celebrations with a conference for key stakeholders.

Dr Alan Parker

Funding boost for cancer-killing ‘smart’ viruses

1 November 2019

Scientists at Cardiff University have been awarded nearly £1.4m in funding by Cancer Research UK to support the development of cancer-killing viruses.