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Marine geography graduate wins 2014 best dissertation prize

22 October 2014

Lucy Taylor, marine geography graduate, wins 2014 best dissertation prize

Window to the past

A Window to the Past

13 October 2014

A recent publication in the Journal of the American Chemical Society gives insight into the evolutionary history of plant enzymes.

Pictured: Back Row: Prof Rudolf Allemann (Head of School) and Dr Chris Morley (Director of Learning and Teaching). Front Row: Andrew Jones, Juliet Heaton, Tom Lambourn, Kathryn Dickins and Alexander Lander.

University Scholarships 2014

10 October 2014

The School of Chemistry is very proud to award a number of students University Scholarships in recognition of their excellent academic achievements. 

Athena Swan Bronze Award

Commitment to women in science

7 October 2014

Athena Swan status renewed for commitment to promoting gender equality

Professor Ralph Martin

Cardiff Professor receives People’s Republic of China Friendship Award

7 October 2014

Prof Ralph Martin receives Friendship Award for contribution to academia.

Classic NMR

“CLASSIC NMR” – A New In-Situ NMR Technique for Exploring the Evolution of Crystallization Processes

6 October 2014

A new in-situ NMR technique, developed by the Harris group, has been published as a “hot paper” in Angewandte Chemie International Edition.

Workshop on Cluster Algebras

5 October 2014

The School of Mathematics will be hosting a Workshop on Cluster Algebras and Preprojective Algebras.

Prime Viewing at the Huxley Meeting

4 October 2014

Between 17-19 September Cardiff University School of Mathematics hosted The Huxley Meeting On Analytic Number Theory.

Research Grant Success for Angela Mihai

2 October 2014

Congratulations to Dr Angela Mihai who was recently awarded an EPSRC First Grant.

Cardiff School of Mathematics Students Satisfied

2 October 2014

Cardiff University School of Mathematics performed well in this year's NSS survey.