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engineers and scientists

New centres to train tomorrow's engineers and scientists

22 November 2013

Cardiff benefits as Willetts announces £350M for postgraduate study

Cardiff University

School of Chemistry awarded a new Centre for Doctoral Training in Catalysis

22 November 2013

Cardiff benefits as Willetts announces £350M for postgraduate study

Geoenvironmental research council

Queen's Anniversary Prize

22 November 2013

National recognition for pioneering research centre.

GW4 studentship

New GW4 studentships boost postgraduate training

15 November 2013

Alliance pledges a further fifty multidisciplinary studentships.

operation ouch

Operation Ouch! - Take 2

4 November 2013

Cardiff University researchers star in CBBC series exploring the human body.

Planck

Planck satellite receives its last command

24 October 2013

After 4.5 years of soaking up Big Bang radiation, the Planck satellite sends its farewell transmission.

cancer death switch

Light triggers cancer death switch

16 October 2013

Light pulses stimulate designer peptides to initiate a death pathway in cancerous cells.

arthritis suite

Virtual rehabilitation suite for arthritis patients

10 October 2013

New technology gives real-time feedback to patients in therapy for limb disorders.

Biophotonic Nanoswitches control the life cycle of cells

9 October 2013

Researchers from Cardiff University’s School of Chemistry along with their colleagues from the Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy have created light-responsive peptides that are able to induce cell death in cancer cells when activated with externally applied light pulses.

Enzyme catalysis

Enzyme catalysis unravelled in new research

4 October 2013

Research clears the way for designer enzymes with potential to develop anti-infective and anti-cancer drugs.