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Group photo of winners at the enriching student life awards

Enriching student life awards

18 May 2015

We are delighted that our undergraduate student staff panel has been most appropriately recognised, university-wide again.

Physiotherapists

Putting Physiotherapists on the front line

15 May 2015

Putting physiotherapy on front line with GPs could save millions

50th Anniversary Florence Nightingale Commemoration Service

8 May 2015

The Florence Nightingale Foundation celebrated the Golden Jubilee of its Commemoration Service at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday, 6th May with over 2,000 people.

3 scientists look at stem cells

New anti-cancer stem cell compound in development

7 May 2015

University scientists discover compound capable of fighting cancer on multiple fronts

CSI comes to Cardiff University

29 April 2015

Ricky Hellyar, Adult Nursing Lecturer, describes the most recent interactive session held in The School of Healthcare Sciences; a lesson based on the TV series Crime Scene Investigation (CSI).

Medical students help injured person in crash course

Crash test for medics

29 April 2015

Serious road traffic accident training a first for Wales' future doctors.

Professor Daniela Riccardi

Researchers’ “hugely exciting” asthma discovery

23 April 2015

Scientists discover asthma's potential root cause and a novel treatment

RCBC Fellowship recipients

Cardiff research projects attract prestigious RCBC Wales Postdoc Fellowships

8 April 2015

Dr Liba Sheeran, Dr Jessica Baillie and Dr Lucie Warren have all been awarded RCBC Wales Postdoctoral Fellowships in the latest round of funding grants

Courtesy of University of Waterloo

Research Reveals Eye Makeup Contamination Risks

8 April 2015

Eyeliner too close to the eye leads to contamination.

Courtesy of University of Waterloo

Study Reveals Eye Make-up Infection

8 April 2015

Eye makeup applied inside the lash line is likely to cause discomfort and may increase the risk of an eye infection, according to a recently published study