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Circle made of amber light

Let IT Shine

31 January 2018

Knowledge Transfer Partnership to aid business growth

Giant wave

Detecting tsunamis

24 January 2018

Scientists develop new method to calculate a tsunami’s size and destructive force by exploiting high-speed acoustic gravity waves

Coral Kennerley

Students picked for Wales team at Commonwealth Games

24 January 2018

Wales athletes attending Cardiff University set sights on glory at Gold Coast 2018

Plastic straws

Earth students take a stand against plastic pollution

18 January 2018

Environmental Geography students are asking Cardiff businesses to take part in No Straw Stand campaign

Ada's Adventures in Science

Science comic book Kickstarter launches in Cardiff

18 January 2018

Campaign created to share science comic book trilogy with schoolchildren around the world

Title slide from water security conference presentation

Leading Cardiff University Professor discusses water security at international conference

17 January 2018

Professor Roger Falconer recently participated in an international conference on River Rejuvenation.

Cardiff physicists celebrate Nobel success

Cardiff physicists celebrate Nobel success

11 January 2018

Cardiff University’s LIGO members attend Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm to celebrate with this year’s laureates

New tool to assess largely ignored risk in pharmaceutical industry

5 January 2018

Researchers develop first ever risk assessment tool for testing the likelihood of racemisation in pharmaceutical drugs

Karen Holford

New Year Honours 2018

3 January 2018

Royal recognition for outstanding University figures

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A century of galaxy discrimination revealed by giant European astronomy survey

21 December 2017

View of the Universe provided by traditional optical telescopes is biased, according to new research.