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Maths playing a significant role in fight against COVID-19 with important new project

9 February 2021

Researchers at the School of Mathematics are developing mathematical models that assess the transmission of COVID-19 in indoor spaces, and how this is affected by ventilation, masks and antiviral technologies.

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Tweets of fear used to spread malicious viruses online

5 February 2021

In-depth analysis of over 275k tweets reveals why certain malicious URLs are more likely to circulate across Twitter

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Benefits of the UK’s first affordable energy positive house are confirmed

4 February 2021

Cardiff University researchers confirm the energy, money and carbon savings of the landmark SOLCER House

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Scientists to create perfect fitting face mask

28 January 2021

State-of-the-art technology being employed to create masks that reduce injuries and the risk of infection

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Innovative Minecraft competition for young people to influence Cardiff redesign

21 January 2021

The School of Computer Science and Informatics is providing children and young people with an exciting opportunity to help shape the future of Cardiff by using a virtual game platform.

Expert joins Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce

18 January 2021

Professor Liana Cipcigan advises WG1

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Positive response to new CPD modules

14 January 2021

Public sector workers praise the benefits of CPD modules.

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Positive response to new CPD modules

14 January 2021

Public sector workers praise the benefits of CPD modules.

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Melting icebergs key to sequence of an ice age, scientists find

13 January 2021

New study unravels long-standing climate mystery and provides insight into how our planet may change in the future

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Cardiff scientists to lead hunt for dark matter

13 January 2021

New £5m project will use state-of-the-art quantum technology to track down the Universe’s most mysterious material and try to shed new light on the nature of space-time