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Brain Games volunteers hold welcome sign

Brain Games is back

22 February 2019

Brain Games is set to return to the National Museum of Wales Cardiff on Sunday 10 March 2019

MRI scan of the brain of someone with MS

Long-term benefits from intensive therapy in early stages of MS

20 February 2019

Early intensive therapy for multiple sclerosis leads to better long-term outcomes, despite being perceived as high risk

Artist's impression of colon

Improving diagnosis of colorectal cancer

20 February 2019

Developing safe and cost-effective colorectal cancer tests

Artist's impression of torso and pancreas scan

Improving pancreatic cancer survival rates

20 February 2019

Finding new targets for early detection of pancreatic cancer

Virus

Seeing the unseeable

19 February 2019

Using crystals to unpick how viruses work

Dr Richard Clarkson and PhD Student, Anna, in the Institute Lab

Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund support search for better pancreatic cancer treatments

19 February 2019

Over £130,000 has been awarded to researchers at the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute to fund innovative research into targeting pancreatic cancer.

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Returning lost eagle species to Wales

18 February 2019

Investigating whether the modern Welsh landscape has the potential to support the reintroduction of eagles

illustration of a T cell

Immunological scarring from coeliac disease

14 February 2019

Coeliac disease can cause irreversible changes to immune cells

Image of students on Pen Y Fan

MSc in Global Ecology and Conservation

13 February 2019

Making a world of difference: Cardiff prepares scientists to tackle global environmental challenges

Young girl receiving physio

Movement impairments in autism could be reversible

13 February 2019

Scientists uncover underlying genetic mechanism that leads to motor issues in autism spectrum disorders