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Arctic sea ice can’t ‘bounce back’

21 January 2020

New research shows shrinking sea ice cannot be expected to return rapidly if climate change is slowed or reversed

Professor Sophie Gilliat-Ray and Professor Ian Weeks

New Year Honours

9 January 2020

University community recognised for achievements

Artist's rendition of a binary neutron star merger

Scientists spot spectacular neutron star collision

9 January 2020

Cardiff University researchers detect gravitational waves emanating from the merger of two neutron stars in a distant galaxy

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Scientists use ancient marine fossils to unravel long-standing climate puzzle

9 January 2020

Cardiff University scientists have shed new light on the Earth’s climate behaviour during the last known period of global warming over 14 million years ago

Earthquakes in slow motion

2 January 2020

Understanding gentler earthquakes could help geoscientists to predict deadly eruptions

Data Science Academy hosts industry engagement event

Data Science Academy hosts industry engagement event

19 December 2019

Companies from around South Wales keen to work alongside Cardiff’s Data Science Academy.

Fossil forest in a sandstone quarry in Cairo, New York

Scientists uncover world’s oldest forest

19 December 2019

Fossils of trees dating back 386 million years found on the bottom of a New York quarry

Miles Budden and Tom Kelross, Pocket Trees, with winner Callum Hughes

Sustainable student ideas win cash prizes

19 December 2019

‘Smart fridge’ and food waste app among winners

Chinese recognition for Emeritus Professor Roger Falconer

19 December 2019

Professor Roger Falconer has been elected Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

MArchII

MArch II students explore solutions to the effects of climate change on the Isles of Scilly

10 December 2019

Students work together to find solutions to community issues