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Cardiff students to showcase healthcare ideas

21 November 2022

Cardiff students without healthcare backgrounds, but with bright ideas for better healthcare, are being invited to join a clinical innovation programme.

Graduate Jack Le Bon flies to Berlin to showcase his final year project at international oncology conference

28 October 2022

In his final year here Jack developed a cloud-based web application designed to reduce delay in ovarian cancer treatment by reducing the admin load of clinicians.

Cardiff University's Master of Cyber Security and Technology programme scoops one of the industry's top awards

27 October 2022

Our MSc Cyber Security and Technology teaching team have picked up the 'Best Academic Programme' award at the FinTech Awards in Wales.

Professor Colin Riordan signs the Airbus Centre of Excellence agreement

Partnership forges excellence in Human Centric Cyber Security

10 October 2022

Airbus Centre boosts growing cluster of expertise

Cardiff University recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Education

7 October 2022

Cardiff University has received a Gold Award as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Education (ACE-CSE) from the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), part of GCHQ.

A new team bringing students together

15 September 2022

As well as ensuring access to fabulous facilities to optimise the experience of studying Computer Science or Software Development, the team are working to give students access to a new programme of support and social events.

AI system that mimics human gaze could be used to detect cancer

30 June 2022

Scientists from Cardiff University build ‘superior’ technology that can accurately predict where humans are most likely to look in an image.

Official recognition for cybersecurity degree programme

16 June 2022

Master’s in Cyber Security degree programme is fully certified by NCSC.

Research project awarded £1m in funding to uncover new ‘fingerprints’ of brain disease

27 May 2022

Cardiff University-led study will harness powerful imaging techniques and AI

Scientists create new method to kill cyberattacks in less than a second

19 May 2022

Artificial intelligence that can detect and kill malware on the fly could help protect laptops, computers and smart devices in our homes.