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Could AI robots develop prejudice on their own?

7 September 2018

Computer science and psychology experts suggest discrimination is also a non-human phenomenon that could make autonomous machines susceptible

MJ Long

MJ Long (1939-2018)

7 September 2018

We are very much saddened to hear of MJ Long’s death

Workshop

Senior Research Fellow hosts international workshop

4 September 2018

Dr Hu Du recently hosted the China-UK Workshop on Renewable Energy Systems in Zero Carbon Villages in Tibet, China

Tomatoes

Trailblazing Tomatoes

3 September 2018

A fruitful partnership for Cardiff graduate

Chemistry students volunteering in Kenya

Chemistry students volunteer in Kenyan communities

3 September 2018

Four students spend their summer teaching in Nairobi schools thanks to new Global Opportunity Scholarship.

Chemistry lab

International bursary recipient joins Cardiff research group

31 August 2018

School welcomes Royal Society of Chemistry International Undergraduate Research Bursary recipient.

blue and red laser

Physicists fight laser chaos with quantum chaos

24 August 2018

To tame chaos in powerful semiconductor lasers, scientists have introduced another kind of chaos

garlic antibiotic resistance

Garlic extract recreated in lab for the very first time

24 August 2018

Scientists successfully synthesise ajoene in the lab, opening up the possibility of producing drugs to combat antibiotic resistance

Iron and sulfur ions nucleating in aqueous solution

Newly discovered chemical phase could aid development of green catalysts

23 August 2018

Researchers from Cardiff and Leeds discover new nanoparticulate and highly reactive iron sulfide phase.

Dr Pete Burnap

Wales awarded first cyber security centre of excellence

22 August 2018

Cardiff University is recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre