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Cardiff University

Double Funding Success for the Molecular Synthesis Section

14 December 2015

The Leverhulme Trust has awarded Cardiff University’s School of Chemistry two separate Research Project Grants.

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Alzheimer’s study probes chemistry of the brain

10 December 2015

State-of-the-art simulations will investigate the cause and potential prevention of plaque build-up in the brain

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Innovative New Device to Help Anglers

10 December 2015

ASTUTE Project engineers have helped to develop a new product that provides an insight into underwater life.

Aquaporins in Health and Disease

Nobel Prize winner supports new book publication: water channels as targets for drug discovery

8 December 2015

Prof. Angela Casini from Cardiff School of Chemistry announces the publication of a new pioneering book

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Chemistry in Health

4 December 2015

AS-level students learn about Chemistry in Health

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More Women Engineers Needed

2 December 2015

Wales is missing out by not employing more female chartered engineers, Professor Karen Holford tells Eye on Wales radio programme.

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Scientists probe ‘mystery of the Moho’

2 December 2015

Prof Chris MacLeod leads team on a cruise to the Indian Ocean to drill into the Earth’s interior

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Cyber risk research recognised by world-leading insurers

1 December 2015

University researchers pick up award for developing new methods to detect malicious links on Twitter

Best overseas student

School of Chemistry Prize for Best Overseas Student

30 November 2015

It is with great pleasure that we announce the presentation of the first ever School of Chemistry Prize for Best Overseas Student to Ziyao Lu.

THE Awards 2015 Winner - Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology

27 November 2015

A project undertaken at the School of Mathematics, entitled ‘Maths Saves Lives’, has picked up a Times Higher Education award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology’