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Gold solution to catalysis grand challenge

6 January 2022

Cardiff University researchers demonstrate the suitability of gold as a catalyst to produce methanol and acetic acid from the methane in natural gas.

Researchers speak to BBC News about wind turbine technology

22 December 2021

Dr Ugalde-Loo and Dr Sathsara Abeysinghe were interviewed by BBC Wales’ Economics Correspondent about wind turbine technology

New working group to radically reshape marine science

21 December 2021

Dr Aditee Mitra will Chair a new Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research working group known as MixONET

Could life be making its own habitable environment in the clouds of Venus?

20 December 2021

Researchers suggest potential lifeforms could be producing ammonia which would trigger a chain of events that makes the clouds more tolerable to live in.

Ketki Mehta

EDB student Ketki Mehta awarded joint runner up in the People.Planet.Product design challenge

20 December 2021

Ketki’s entry for the challenge involved the design of a new filter for a washing machine made from a degradable bamboo.

Gravitational wave scientists set their sights on dark matter

15 December 2021

Incredibly sensitive instruments used in landmark discoveries could help solve one of the biggest remaining mysteries in the Universe

Water Council

Emeritus Professor engages with World Water Council on global water security post Covid-19

13 December 2021

Emeritus Professor Roger Falconer moderated a World Water Council international webinar on global water security

Dr Ernest Chi Fru elected to the Council of the European Association of Geochemistry

10 December 2021

Dr Ernest Chi Fru was elected as a councillor

Generous gift funds new engineering bursary for students from Malaysia

10 December 2021

The School of Engineering is pleased to announce financial support for new undergraduate engineering students from Malaysia

Rare Jurassic fossil reveals never-before-seen ammonite muscles in 3D

8 December 2021

3D imaging techniques reveal details of the soft tissues in an exceptionally preserved fossil found in Gloucestershire, UK and throw new light on creatures that thrived in the oceans 165 million years ago