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UK public concern over climate crisis ‘at all-time high’ as crucial COP26 summit begins

1 November 2021

Latest public opinion suggests majority believe ‘urgent’ action is needed from government and individuals

New £15m genomics facility for Wales is given go ahead

29 October 2021

New site will house Cardiff University’s Wales Gene Park and is a first for UK

Ellen Nelson-Rowe

Medical student named as one of the UK’s Top 150 African and African Caribbean Future Leaders

27 October 2021

Fourth-year student, Ellen Nelson-Rowe, has been listed as one of the country’s most outstanding African Caribbean students.

Cardiff University to take leading role in COVID-19 antiviral trial

27 October 2021

University will lead trial in Wales as part of UK-wide research into antiviral drugs

Cardiff City Centre

School of Psychology professors providing Covid-19 policy advice to government

25 October 2021

Professors Nick Pidgeon and Tony Manstead, are part of a group of experts providing expert Covid-19 policy advice to Welsh Government.

New website on infection and antibiotic resistance is launched for schools

19 October 2021

‘Superbugs’ team worked with primary and secondary teachers to create bilingual resource

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Diabetes art exhibition launched to mark anniversary

15 October 2021

‘What Diabetes Means To Us 2021’ is a new visually informative exhibition in the hospital’s Hearth Gallery.

Detecting cause of AMR

Researchers marry synthetic biology with nanoscience in fight against resistance to antibiotics

6 October 2021

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is a real threat to society, so new approaches for detecting its cause are needed

Patient folding arms with visible psoriasis

Skin lipids found altered in patients with psoriasis

6 October 2021

A set of recently discovered skin lipids have been found to be altered in patients suffering with psoriasis, according to a study led by Dr Chris Thomas at Cardiff University’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

A full NHS bursary, including tuition fees and a non-repayable bursary for living costs, is available for BSc Dental Therapy and Hygiene students and DipHE Dental Hygiene students.

Dental Hygiene pathway launched providing alternative route to diploma

27 September 2021

Dental Hygiene has been added to the growing portfolio of degree pathways available at Cardiff University offering an alternative pathway to achieving a Diploma in Dental Hygiene.