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Earth and Ocean Science graduate with globe

Celebrating our graduates

21 July 2017

Congratulations to our class of 2017!

A diagram of a training project.

New project for engineering research centre

20 July 2017

BRE Trust Centre develops new training for energy efficiency.

Green spiral

Cardiff Mathematics Lecturer part of pioneering quantum breakthrough

20 July 2017

Dr Gandalf Lechner, Mathematics Lecturer, was part of a team of researchers who have discovered that quantum mechanical particles have the unique ability to move in the opposite direction to the way in which they are being pushed.

Dr Andreia de Almeida, postdoctoral research associate at Cardiff University’s School of Chemistry

Research associate attends Nobel Laureate Meeting

20 July 2017

Dr Andreia de Almeida meets inspiring chemists at 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

CAUKIN Studio

CAUKIN Studio

20 July 2017

Six former WSA graduates have set up a design and build collaborative called CAUKIN Studio

Diff of dead

Diffusion of the dead: Using mathematics to survive a zombie apocalypse

19 July 2017

Dr. Thomas Wooley, Lecturer in Applied Mathematics was invited to the National Museum of Mathematics in New York to give a talk on how mathematics can be used to survive a zombie attack!

Student at the Chemistry graduation reception 2017

Celebrating our graduates

19 July 2017

Congratulations to our class of 2017!

Students celebrating

Celebrating student achievements

19 July 2017

The Welsh School of Architecture official graduation ceremony took place on Tuesday 18th July.

Trekking through the Panama rainforest; image by Conor White

Students on placement with the Panama Canal Authority

18 July 2017

Four students from the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences have taken part in a fully funded placement with the Panama Canal Authority.

Dr Mhairi McVicar

Leadership award finalist

17 July 2017

Dr Mhairi McVicar is shortlisted in Leading Wales Awards