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Simulation of two black holes merging

Listening to Einstein’s Universe at the Royal Society exhibition

4 July 2017

Members of the public are set to receive an insight into the School of Physics and Astronomy's world-leading research.

Wendy Sadler

Cardiff academics pick up prestigious physics awards

3 July 2017

Dr Jane Greaves and Wendy Sadler MBE recognised for their outstanding contribution to physics research and engagement

CS wafer

Cluster open for business

3 July 2017

Introducing CS Connected – the world’s first compound semiconductor cluster.

Dr Catrin Williams with award

Top 50 accolade for Cardiff engineer

29 June 2017

Sêr Cymru Research Fellow Dr Catrin Williams is listed as one of the UK’s rising stars

Dr Wendy Sadler

Engagement champion receives recognition in Queen’s Birthday Honours

29 June 2017

Dr Wendy Sadler has been recognised for services to science, engineering communication and engagement.

Professor Adam Hardy and group working on stone design

Work gets underway on Welsh-designed Indian temple

28 June 2017

Construction begins in Karnataka, India, on new temple in 800-year-old Hoysala style

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WSA ranked by leading UK practices

27 June 2017

The Welsh School of Architecture has been named in the top three best architecture schools in the UK at this year’s AJ100 gala dinner and awards ceremony.

Medieval mosque

Restoration of a medieval mosque

27 June 2017

Dr Federico Wulff Barreiro and Melina Guirnaldos have completed the restoration of the medieval Oratorio del Partal mosque in Grenada, Spain.

NSA Award

National Software Academy wins Wales Technology Award

26 June 2017

The National Software Academy has fought off fierce competition to win the coveted ‘Trailblazer of the Year’ award in this year’s ESTnet Wales Technology Awards.

tab on computer showing Twitter URL

Detecting riots with Twitter

26 June 2017

Cardiff University research shows that events from the London riots in 2011 could be automatically detected over an hour quicker than they were reported to the police