in the heart of athriving capital city
of our graduates were in employment and/or further study, due to start a new job or course, or doing other activities, such as travelling.
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at the heart of everything we do
28 January 2016
Chemistry student Rhodri Evans is the recipient of the Dr Norman Lloyd Scholarship for 2015.
22 January 2016
Professor Graham Hutchings named on elite list of highly cited researchers in 2015
18 January 2016
Could African programmers develop the next Pinterest or Instagram?
11 January 2016
Prof. Angela Casini, Chair of Medicinal and Bioinorganic Chemistry, has been awarded the prestigious August-Wilhelm Scheer Visiting Professorship
Phoenix Project organises maths school in Namibia to help tackle drop-out rates on science courses
7 January 2016
BSc in Architectural Studies interns have developed Introduction to Architecture Learning and Teaching resources packs for the Welsh Baccalaureate and Key Stage 1.
This project considers the impact of good design on health and well being and will challenge students to grapple with issues facing health care provision in remote and deprived communities.
The Kuk Project (formerly CAMAAY) took place in September 2015 with Undergraduate students from the Welsh School of Architecture and the School of Engineering.
The Chancellor George Osborne announces £50m for new Cardiff innovation centre.
5 January 2016
Gold catalyst is commercialised by Johnson Matthey as world-leading experts descend on Cardiff for annual conference.
The College of Physical Sciences and Engineering is a centre of academic excellence, internationally renowned for research and teaching excellence, innovation, industrial engagement, sustainable solutions and societal impact.