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Orangutan

Orangutans in Sabah have a better future

23 February 2018

Changing approach to conservation of orangutans in Borneo

Representatives from the Czech Midwives Association, Prof Billie Hunter and Lynn Lynch MBE Cardiff University

WHO CC activities in Czech Republic: piloting the Midwifery Assessment Tool for Education (MATE)

23 February 2018

A pilot Midwifery Assessment Tool for Education developed by WHO Midwifery CC

Proboscis monkey

Big-nosed males get the girls

21 February 2018

The mystery behind the proboscis monkey’s big nose

Kicking life into the immune system to fight cancer

20 February 2018

Researchers at Cardiff University, in collaboration with the University of Birmingham, have developed molecules that could activate the immune system to eradicate cancer cells.

Image of inflamed hip joints on x-ray

Understanding causes of musculoskeletal diseases

16 February 2018

£1.6M study will determine how bone size, shape and structure contributes towards arthritis and other musculoskeletal diseases

Fibrosis

Preventing fibrosis

9 February 2018

New discovery could lead to prevention of organ damage in chronic disease

Survey on Public Attitude to Death and Dying in Wales

Survey launched on public attitude to death and dying in Wales

2 February 2018

A team of researchers from the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Centre want to know what people think and how they feel about death and dying.

Protein connecting two nanocarbons

New research ‘Clicks’ biology and nanomaterials together

1 February 2018

Research at Cardiff University has built molecular bridges between nano-carbons and proteins that should inspire new approaches to generating bionano-materials.

Artist's impression of pancreatic cancer

Inhibiting the growth of pancreatic cancer

1 February 2018

Researchers use respiratory virus to attack pancreatic cancer

Peter Halligan

Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales

30 January 2018

Professor Peter Halligan appointed to Chief Scientific Advisor for Wales