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New eye care facility opens

21 October 2015

New optometry facility to boost community care.

School of Healthcare Sciences celebrate Athena SWAN Bronze award

15 October 2015

The School of Healthcare Sciences has now been granted the prestigious Athena SWAN bronze award in recognition of its school achievements in progressing and supporting women in their careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) in higher education and research.

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Rationalising the irrational

15 October 2015

How hallucinations emerge from trying to make sense of an ambiguous world.

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Family Nurse Partnership

14 October 2015

New research calls programme into question.

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New joint collaborative research grant

9 October 2015

New research opportunities are possible thanks to a collaborative proposal between Cardiff University and the University of Bradford.

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First-born children more likely to develop short-sightedness

9 October 2015

University research shows first-born individuals are up to 20% more likely to develop short-sightedness than later born children.

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Decoding what goes wrong in arthritis

6 October 2015

Fresh insight into rheumatoid arthritis offers hope for transforming patient care.

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NATO and the EU support Anthrax Workshop in Georgia

29 September 2015

Prof Les Baillie hosts a meeting at the Georgian National Centre to support his work on Anthrax

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Venturefest return for Cardiff innovator

24 September 2015

A University innovator who credits Venturefest Wales for spurring her decision to co-found a brand-new business returns to the one-day festival this week.

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Enter the dragons

18 September 2015

China’s Vice Premier to oversee launch of Welsh-Chinese college.