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Lecturer wins Global Challenges Teaching Award

6 May 2022

Dr Samantha Buzzard has been chosen as a recipient of the Global Challenges Teaching Award in the Climate Change category

Greener route to widely used industrial material

5 May 2022

Scientists develop new in-situ method of creating cyclohexanone oxime, representing a potential ‘sea change’ in industrial processes.

Professor Hannah Fry lecture marks the opening of Abacws

28 April 2022

Mathematician and TV presenter talks about the joy of data at event to mark the opening of Cardiff University’s new state-of-the-art building.

Cardiff joins offshore renewable energy project

13 April 2022

The University will participate in ORE Catapult’s Welsh Centre of Excellence to support the growth of the Welsh offshore renewable energy sector.

Cardiff award for being ‘trailblazers in their field’

11 April 2022

Low Carbon Built Environment Team receive St David Award for their work reducing carbon emissions and energy bills.

Girls taking part in lab session

Engaging young people to learn about opportunities in STEM

7 April 2022

The School of Computer Science and Informatics have been undertaking a range of activities to inspire young people to consider studying STEM subjects.

Image of type 2 supernova

Beautiful image of supernova is ESO’s image of the month

6 April 2022

Dr Cosimo Inserra, who is the Principal Investigator of the team on the ePESSTO+ survey, has identified a number of stellar explosions, including this image of a type 2 supernova.

Whole house retrofit, Pencoed College, pre-work.

Taking whole house retrofit to the construction sector in further education

4 April 2022

Bridgend College approached the Low Carbon Built Environment (LCBE) team at the Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) to benefit from their expertise in retrofitting Welsh housing to realise their vision.

Artificial intelligence to bring museum specimens to the masses

24 March 2022

New method proposed by scientists could drastically improve the time it takes to extract information from museum specimens.

How to be a great architect: Why inclusivity matters, a conversation

How to be a Great Architect: Why Inclusivity Matters – a conversation with Marsha Ramroop and Marié Nevin

21 March 2022

The conversation focused on ways to bring about inclusive change in architecture, Cultural Intelligence (CQ), and the role of engagement and mentoring.