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CLIMB sequencing

Computing system for COVID-19 sequencing analysis wins major award

17 November 2020

Cardiff University’s Professor Tom Connor was technical architect of CLIMB

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Medical statistician wins prestigious award to celebrate women in STEM

16 November 2020

Cardiff University’s Dr Rhian Daniel receives Suffrage Science Award

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New study reveals insights into ‘significant’ avoidable harm in primary care

11 November 2020

Main causes of avoidable harm found to be diagnostic error or medication incidents

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New survey reveals toll of COVID-19 on mental health in Wales

11 November 2020

Joint research by Cardiff and Swansea Universities suggests large decrease in mental wellbeing from pre-pandemic-levels

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Cardiff University research-led project aims to produce ‘shared vision’ on UK's net zero pledge

9 November 2020

Project will seek to identify steps to deliver target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050

Top prize for dentistry graduate

6 November 2020

Recent Dentistry (BDS) graduate, Emyr Meek from Cardiff University School of Dentistry, has been placed as the winner of the inaugural Art & Science of Dentistry Prize from the College and the Dental Society of Wales | Y Gymdeithas Ddeintyddol.

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New role to support joint research between Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

6 November 2020

Professor Colin Dayan to work alongside leaders in both organisations to support research

UKRI future leaders fellowship

Future Leaders Fellows

6 November 2020

Cardiff University academics awarded prestigious fellowship from UKRI

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Award success for rare disease research

2 November 2020

Approximately 350 million people worldwide are living with a rare disease, and half of them are children. Vital research into lysosomal storage disorders has been recognised for its breakthrough discoveries and potential for impact for patients living with rare diseases.

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Swipe right to help tackle brain disease

2 November 2020

Scientists team up with students to create an app that sorts through thousands of brain images to help research into brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s