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Hack Day 2016

Combining technology, healthcare and innovation at NHS Hack Day

25 February 2016

Students and staff from the Cardiff University School of Computer Science & Informatics enjoyed a fun and successful day at the NHS Hack Day recently, winning a number of prizes.

Gravitational Waves research building

Green light for gravitational wave detector in India

22 February 2016

University scientists play crucial role in securing new gravitational wave detector for India

Photograph of a building

School of Engineering at heart of European project

17 February 2016

In combination with European partners, the centre is working on a project that could help to revolutionise design and construction.

Clara Immerwahr Award

Dr Rebecca Melen invited to Berlin to receive the Clara Immerwahr Award

16 February 2016

Dr. Melen was selected as this year’s winner of the award for her outstanding contributions to the field of inorganic chemistry

EARTH students win awards for academic excellence

15 February 2016

Prize-winning EARTH students

Researcher with microscope

Cardiff engineers scoop top prize for research paper

15 February 2016

Three researchers from Cardiff University School of Engineering have been selected to receive the 2016 Microwave Prize.

Gravitational waves

Space-time ripples detected for the very first time

11 February 2016

University scientists open a new window into the Universe as gravitational waves are detected for the first time

Budding Brunels

Budding Brunels

10 February 2016

Next generation of constructors get a taste of university life

Juno Practitioner logo

Recognition for Our Commitment to Equality and Diversity

10 February 2016

The School of Physics and Astronomy has been awarded Juno Practitioner status by the Institute of Physics’

Boat

Deep sea drilling project to explore history of climate change

29 January 2016

Professor Ian Hall leads expedition to study impact of one of the world’s strongest ocean currents on global climate change