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MDA and DPP short courses take place online

31 March 2020

Recent MDA and DPP short courses ran digitally

New insights into mysterious deep earthquakes

26 March 2020

A major international study has shed new light on the mechanisms which trigger earthquakes deep below Earth’s surface.

Monitoring eathquakes

Scientists get first look at cause of ‘slow motion’ earthquakes

25 March 2020

Ocean drilling project reveals ‘mash up’ of rock types that lead to unique slow motion earthquake events

The lights of Cardiff at night

Engineers partner with China to investigate low-carbon urban futures

20 March 2020

The School of Engineering is involved in three projects worth over £2.2 million on creating sustainable urban energy in collaboration with partners in the UK and China

Electric car being charged on street

Cardiff helps drive ‘electric revolution’

13 March 2020

Compound Semiconductor Centre ‘net zero’ challenge

Cardiff author publishes new textbook in organic chemistry

13 March 2020

The informal and accessible textbook aims to help undergraduate students to build a solid framework in organic chemistry

Maths Careers Fair

School of Mathematics organise successful Careers Fair for students

12 March 2020

The future is bright for students at the Cardiff School of Mathematics as they have boosted their employment prospects at a Maths Careers Fair organised by the School.

Stock image of Earth from space

Evolutionary elements arrived on Earth much later than thought, say scientists

11 March 2020

Analysis of the 3.8 billion-year-old rocks from Greenland show that most of the elements necessary for the evolution of life were delivered to Earth once its formation was almost complete

The winning team working on the challenge.

Talented undergraduates compete in TRADA University Challenge 2020 at Cardiff University

10 March 2020

The School of Engineering hosts TRADA University Challenge 2020.

A new and accessible introduction to the detection of gravitational waves

10 March 2020

Professor Hartmut Grote has published a new book about the detection of gravitational waves which is aimed at students and the general public.