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Playing our part in the fight against COVID-19

27 March 2020

A team of Cardiff University lecturers, tutors and technicians has started to deliver critical care training for Nurses and Operating Department Practitioners (ODPs) in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Cardiff University researcher Stuart Goddard (third from right) pictured with the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina (fifth from right) along with members of the collaborative research project.

Prime Minister of Bangladesh acknowledges impact of multi-disciplinary research project

26 March 2020

The main aim of the project has been to improve health service delivery of the country’s endoscopy and gastroenterology provision through training and upskilling.

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People with genetic skin condition more likely to present with psychological disorders

25 March 2020

A pioneering study led by Dr William Davies has uncovered new insights into psychological issues associated with X-linked ichthyosis (XLI).

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Universities launch research project on UK attitudes to coronavirus pandemic

24 March 2020

Researchers urge people from across country to take part in wide-ranging survey

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Cardiff scientists to help track UK spread of coronavirus

23 March 2020

£20m project to create UK-wide network of sequencing centres to map and halt spread

Pharmabees attend beer festival

9 March 2020

The Pharmabees team attend beer festival

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Scientists design new model to further understand causes of Alzheimer’s disease

9 March 2020

‘Exciting’ new model will help pinpoint new treatment targets for most common form of dementia

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Global plan to protect endangered species ‘overlooks genetic diversity’

5 March 2020

Scientists urge rethink on international 10-year action plan to protect nature

Members of the Diabetes Research Group with some of the attendees at the workshop.

Creative workshop opens the public's eyes to Diabetes

3 March 2020

Using creative materials, the workshop allowed an exploration of questions that included 'Where is the pancreas? What does it do? What is type 1 diabetes?'.

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‘Biggest shift yet’ in British public’s attitude to risks of climate change

3 March 2020

Research reveals climate concerns now second only to Brexit and highlights rising fears over flooding and heatwaves