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Welsh research could find new triggers of heart attacks and strokes

31 January 2022

Cardiff University-led study to look at links between urinary tract infections and heart attacks

Student Community Award winner 20-21

Meet our Biosciences Student Community Award winners of 2020-21

31 January 2022

Undergraduates recognised for their inspirational contribution to the student community

Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ found in otters across England and Wales – new research

25 January 2022

Study led by Cardiff University Otter Project suggests ‘widespread pollution’ of British freshwaters

Face masks ‘make wearers look more attractive’, study suggests

13 January 2022

Cardiff University research finds wearers of medical masks rated most attractive

Green spaces and wellbeing project scoops major award

20 December 2021

The Green Valley Conservation and Heritage project in Abercynon wins National Lottery Project of the Year award

Quarter of home care workers in Wales sought mental health help during pandemic, study finds

20 December 2021

Early findings from Cardiff University research reveals impact of COVID-19 on health of care workers.

Otter populations in Wales show decline, survey suggests

16 December 2021

Cardiff University experts helped survey more than 1,000 sites in Wales

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Major breakthrough in the mechanism that potentially leads to very rare blood clots in the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

15 December 2021

Dr Meike Heurich at the School of Pharmacy has co-authored a paper with other researchers from Cardiff University and the US that may have found a trigger leading to extremely rare blood clots linked to a viral vector based COVID-19 vaccine

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Study finds children’s wellbeing badly affected by online learning

15 December 2021

A study co-authored by Professor Bob Snowden found that secondary school children struggled to concentrate and engage with schoolwork in the move to online learning during lockdown, negatively affecting their confidence and wellbeing.

New insights into impact of immune-suppressing treatments on COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness

15 December 2021

Cardiff University-led study suggests certain multiple sclerosis drugs can affect COVID-19 vaccine