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(L-R) Professor Ian Weeks, Pro Vice-Chancellor for the College of Biomedical and Life Sciences at Cardiff University, and Len Richards, Chief Executive of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

New collaboration aims to create centre of excellence for clinical research in Cardiff

24 September 2021

Cardiff Joint Research Office is a collaboration between Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Eye examination

Optometry pathway launched providing alternative route to degree

23 September 2021

Optometry has been added to the growing portfolio of degree pathways available at Cardiff University.

Olympic Silver Medal for Cardiff University Physio Alumnus

22 September 2021

Tom Barras (BSc 2015), Cardiff University graduate, qualified Physiotherapist and Olympic Medallist has achieved more in his 27 years than some of us would hope to in a lifetime.

Physiotherapy lecturer is first to provide ‘Gold standard’ ultrasound guided Botox treatments for patients at home

20 September 2021

The practice of doing Botox injection using Ultrasound guidance is considered the gold standard as it is more accurate, provides better results and minimises risk of bleeding.

New app to measure quality of life for people with skin conditions

20 September 2021

Free app created by Cardiff University scientists is first of its kind

Two-thirds report social isolation and loneliness following loss of a loved one during pandemic

15 September 2021

Cardiff University research shows impact of grief and suggests lack of support for those bereaved

Professor Lynne Boddy

Prof Lynne Boddy MBE wins 2021 Arboricultural Association (AA) Award

15 September 2021

The fungal ecologist was recognised for her “significant and positive contribution to the arboricultural profession” by the largest organisation for tree care professionals in the UK

Mycelium of the stinkhorn fungus Phallus impudicus growing from a wood block across soil.

New study to establish if fungi could help prevent landslips

10 September 2021

Prof Lynne Boddy is working with the University of Strathclyde to investigate whether fungi’s soil-strengthening properties can mitigate against landslips

North Wales medical degree programme to double intake from next year

9 September 2021

Programme is partnership between Cardiff and Bangor Universities

New concept of acute pancreatitis showing interactions between three different cell types

Radical new understanding of acute pancreatitis gives hope for more effective prevention of pancreatic cancer

7 September 2021

Research led by the School of Biosciences has transformed understanding of the mechanism underlying this potentially fatal disease, which is a significant factor in the development of pancreatic cancer