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Cardiff astronomers join Twinkle space mission

10 June 2021

Academics from the School of Physics and Astronomy are taking part in a pioneering space telescope project to understand more about planets beyond our Solar System

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Sustainable energy expert advising government net zero inquiry

9 June 2021

Professor is expert witness at House of Commons inquiry

Cardiff supports Foundation Industries green recovery research consortium

7 June 2021

Cardiff University will join a research consortium examining how the Foundation Industries can develop while achieving net zero targets

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Students speak up to praise excellence in teaching

3 June 2021

Physics staff recognised for excellence in teaching via the Enriching Student Life Awards

Breakthrough in 3D magnetic nanostructures could transform modern-day computing

28 May 2021

Cardiff University scientists create first ever three-dimensional replica of ‘spin-ice’ material

Could working from home put a strain on UK’s climate change targets?

28 May 2021

Scientists to explore how an increased demand for cooling in our homes could affect transition to net-zero emissions by 2050.

Cardiff academic named President of the Royal Astronomical Society

25 May 2021

Professor Mike Edmunds to lead the prestigious 200-year-old organisation

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Cardiff attracts Nobel laureate for inspiring lecture on how to teach science

21 May 2021

Professor Carl Wieman of Stanford University delivers enlightening insight to innovate education

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Citizen science project aims to improve water quality monitoring across the Wye catchment

17 May 2021

Cardiff University researchers will provide tools and training to local communities around the Wye catchment to enhance citizen science water quality monitoring

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Student-driven program gives valuable insight to charities

17 May 2021

PhD students help charities to discover advanced data capabilities