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Tracing Panama’s geological footprints

6 September 2016

Researchers reveal latest efforts to uncover the history of the Panama Isthmus at this year’s British Science Festival

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Equipping for employment with Keysight Technologies

30 August 2016

Cardiff University’s School of Engineering is to collaborate with Keysight Technologies to prepare students for a career in industry.

High-value manufacturing in progress

Embedding transformational and sustainable growth in Welsh high value manufacturing industry

19 August 2016

Cardiff University is a partner in a new £14m EU-backed project to stimulate transformational and sustainable growth in the high value manufacturing industry in West Wales and the South Wales Valleys.

Latest NSS reports high student satisfaction

16 August 2016

National Student Survey shows student satisfaction at 96% for second year in a row.

Ross Gardner at his placement

Year in Industry case study: Ross Gardner at Wilde Analysis

12 August 2016

School of Engineering undergraduate Ross Gardner has undertaken a Year in Industry placement at Wilde Analysis.

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History of the human brain

12 August 2016

Experts suggest that complex decisions of whether to help someone or not could have led to the disproportionately large human brain.

Graduate Profile: Mike Green

11 August 2016

MPhys graduate Mike shares his experience.

Students on fieldwork in Pembrokeshire

Student satisfaction increases in National Student Survey 2016

10 August 2016

Students’ satisfaction with their course in the School of Earth and Ocean Science has increased.

Antikythera Mechanism (Copyright required)

Research sheds light on ancient device

2 August 2016

A researcher from the School of Physics and Astronomy is at the centre of a project shedding new light on the Antikythera Mechanism, a 2000 year old artefact which is believed to be the world’s oldest computer

Professor Rudolf Allemann

Visiting Professorship for Head of School

2 August 2016

Professor Rudolf Allemann has been appointed Visiting Professor at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, University of Manchester.