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Nicola Phillips

Top Commonwealth Games role for Professor Nicola Phillips

3 April 2018

Chef de Mission aims to ensure athletes can perform to best of their ability

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Impact of parasite control treatments on non-target organisms and ecosystems

29 March 2018

A workshop is bringing together world-leading experts in parasite ecology, aquaculture science, fish biology and invasive species to address the hidden consequences of parasite control measures on aquatic life for the first time.

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Oil palm plantations impact on species outside areas of deforestation

29 March 2018

The impacts of oil palm plantations on Bornean frogs aren’t just limited to areas of deforestation, but are also affecting species in neighbouring rainforest habitats, finds new research.

Freedom to Speak Up Guardians

28 March 2018

Researchers from Cardiff University School of Healthcare Sciences have been awarded a prestigious National Institute of Health Research grant

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First NHS-led clinical trial for thyroid eye disease

27 March 2018

New research finds orbital radiotherapy should not be used to treat thyroid eye disease

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Illuminating research

26 March 2018

Cardiff University project celebrated in UK’s top 60 patents

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Highest level of grant awards received

21 March 2018

The Cardiff University School of Biosciences has received the highest number and value of research awards for four years, compared to an equivalent period.

LIPID MAPS advisory board

Direction of global LIPID research being set at Cardiff meeting

21 March 2018

LIPID MAPS Lipidomic Gateway is now managed from Cardiff University, by a consortium including Professor Valerie O’Donnell.

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University competitors ready for Commonwealth Games

20 March 2018

Students, alumni and staff aim for glory at Gold Coast 2018

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New light shed on the domestication history of sheep and goats

20 March 2018

New research has shed light on the mystery of how sheep and goats became domesticated over 10,000 years ago.