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Air quality in primary schools

Cardiff University team to explore indoor air quality in primary schools

18 November 2021

The project will explore how to use monitoring data to create educational resources to support children's learning.

Geology subject guide

Schools will reduce the environmental impact of field courses

15 November 2021

Cardiff University agrees to new principles outlined by the UK's professional body.

New insights suggest pressurised water at fault lines could drive seismic activity

12 November 2021

Research suggests a new possible cause for the slow tectonic creep at fault lines to become the faster sliding of an earthquake.

Black holes of ‘all shapes and sizes’ in new gravitational wave catalogue

11 November 2021

Largest ever collection of gravitational wave detections released thanks to pioneering upgrades to detector technology

case study mosque at the Shedadiya campus of Kuwait University

The “Eco Mosque” in a post-Covid world

10 November 2021

Academic staff from Cardiff University and Kuwait University will be collaborating on a project to co-design the 'Eco Mosque.'

Cardiff University heads to EXPO 2020 Dubai

10 November 2021

Cardiff University scientists are taking their research to the world stage at the EXPO 2020 Dubai, discussing the future of travel and how it will be influenced by electrification.

Knowledge Transfer Partnership rated ‘Outstanding’ by Innovate UK

9 November 2021

Research collaboration with sustainable energy company evaluated as ‘Outstanding’ by a UK Government body

Astronomers investigating death of nearby galaxies find their culprit

2 November 2021

Scientists provided clearest evidence yet of mechanisms that lead to the shutdown of star formation in galaxies across the Universe

PhD students win local heat in Young Persons Paper Competition

2 November 2021

Congratulations to the winners of the Welsh and South West Sections' heat in the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers’ competition.

Novel dataset devised for climate research

2 November 2021

New open-access dataset could aid future researchers studying the effects of climate change on the global water cycle.