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2015 PhD studentships

3 January 2015

The GW4+ Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) has announced the latest Earth Science studentships which will start in October 2015.

Research in Excellence Framework 2014 Ranking

REF success for Cardiff Chemistry!

18 December 2014

The School of Chemistry is celebrating the results of the REF 2014, which has seen the School rise up the ranking to 9th.

Prospects in Mathematics, UK, 2014-15

18 December 2014

The 8th edition of the Prospects in Mathematics Symposium was held at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford on 18-19 December 2014.

Synlett

New Synlett Cluster Collection on Frontiers in Organo-Fluorine Chemistry

17 December 2014

In recognition of his expertise in the important field of organo-fluorine chemistry, Dr Duncan Browne is guest editor for the latest issue of Synlett.

AFM of gold nanoparticles

Cardiff project student recognised in National Finals

16 December 2014

Rebecca Burgess an A-level student who undertook a Nuffield sponsored research project has been selected for the National Science + Engineering Competition finals.

Beth Taylor presenting a microscope to Hithadoo School, Laamu Atoll

Microscopes donated to Maldivian schools

16 December 2014

Marine geography graduate Beth Taylor is working in the Maldives for the Manta Trust.

Celebrating Excellence Award Prof J Griffiths

Celebrating Excellence Awards

1 December 2014

Congratulations to Dr Vince Knight and Professor Jeff Griffiths on their awards.

Academia Europaea elects Dianne Edwards as a member

28 November 2014

Dianne Edwards has been elected to membership of the Academia Europaea in recognition of her international scholarship and sustained contribution to European research.

Excellence in Teaching 2014

24 November 2014

The Marine Geography Teaching Team has won the 'Excellence in Teaching’ award at the Cardiff University Celebrating Excellence Awards 2014.

Low awareness of ocean acidification

19 November 2014

The results of a major new survey show that the British public has a very low awareness of the issue of ocean acidification.