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Students and staff attending the annual conference at Gregynog.

Students and staff enjoy 9th Engineering Postgraduate Research Conference

14 July 2017

Students and staff last week attended the annual conference at Gregynog.

Julie James visiting NSA

National Software Academy expansion secures long term investment in Newport

14 July 2017

Cardiff University’s National Software Academy to take up residence at the Information Station in Newport

PhD student Sarah Gore demonstrating the use of indicator fluid at Soapbox Science Oxford

Making science accessible through art

11 July 2017

Earth scientists collaborate with artists at Soapbox Art & Science event in Oxford

The Geminga pulsar (inside the black circle) is moving towards the upper left, and the orange dashed arc and cylinder show the ‘bow-wave’ and a ‘wake’. The region shown is 1.3 light-years across.

Remaking planets after star-death

11 July 2017

Dr Jane Greaves from the School of Physics and Astronomy presented her work on planet formation at the National Astronomy Meeting.

Artist's illustration of Supernova 1987A

Cosmic “dust factory” reveals clues to how stars are born

10 July 2017

Scientists find new molecules within remnants of an exploded star for the very first time

CS chip

CS Connected unites cluster

10 July 2017

Brand highlighted at innovation event.

Student accepting award

Cardiff University student collects award on behalf of Malala

7 July 2017

Sophie Nuber accepts award on behalf of Nobel Peace Prize winner at G7 meeting of universities

Left: three colour composite image of SDC13; Right: Brand new, high resolution map of SDC13.

First look at the gravitational dance that drives stellar formation

6 July 2017

A postgraduate from the School of Physics and Astronomy will present her research at the National Astronomy Meeting.

architecture conference attendees

School well-represented at sustainable architecture conference

6 July 2017

Welsh School of Architecture staff and students presented their research to a global audience at the PLEA conference in Edinburgh.

CAUKIN studio wins prize

Student-led enterprise wins SPARK business award

5 July 2017

CAUKIN studio, set up by current and former Welsh School of Architecture students, has won the “Best Venture” prize at an annual business ideas competition set up by Cardiff University.