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Biscuits help resolve climate change controversy

28 January 2015

Implications for our understanding of climate processes.

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Three new University Research Fellows are joining the staff in the School of Chemistry

28 January 2015

As the School of Chemistry continues to expand we are pleased to announce the appointment of three new University Research Fellows.

QinetiQ Alphajet

Cardiff Alumnus appointed new CEO of QinetiQ

28 January 2015

Cardiff School of Engineering alumnus Steve Wadley has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of QinetiQ, a leading British multinational defence technology company.

Applications for undergraduate Mathematics courses at Cardiff

27 January 2015

The UCAS deadline for undergraduate applications is rapidly approaching and we have received a bumper number of applications this year.

Developing Mathematical Models in Healthcare

27 January 2015

The Healthcare Modelling OR Group has introduced a seminar series which attracts delegates to the University.

Faraday Lecture

Professor Michel Che winner of the RSC 2014 Faraday Lectureship Prize lectures in the School

27 January 2015

On Monday 26th January Professor Michel Che of the Universite Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris 6 & Institut Universitaire de France gave his 2014 Faraday Lecture at the School of Chemistry.

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Engineering professor provides advice to high level UN conference

27 January 2015

Professor Roger Falconer has recently returned from a high-level UN meeting in Zaragoza, Spain.

Paper supports palladium catalysis

Paper supports palladium catalysis: Read all about it!

16 January 2015

A recent publication in the ACS journal Physical Chemistry Letters shows that filter paper can be used as a robust support for catalytically active palladium nanoparticles.

REF 2014 results announced

14 January 2015

The results of the Research Excellence Framework 2014 made very good reading for Cardiff University.

Preserving Wales’ national heritage through innovative engineering

13 January 2015

A collaboration between the Cardiff School of Engineering Additive Manufacturing Laboratories and Welsh Government has led to an innovative way of preserving Y Gadair Ddu (the Black Chair).