Ewch i’r prif gynnwys


Vice-Chancellor and President Colin Riordan

New era in UK-China people-to-people collaborations

3 Tachwedd 2015

Vice-Chancellor and President of Cardiff University speaks about Cardiff's collaboration with China

Chinese Scholar

Increasing collaboration between China and UK in cancer research and treatment

20 Gorffennaf 2015

Scholarship and conference opportunities allow cancer experts to communicate and collaborate

CUKC logo

China-UK Cancer Conference 2015 successfully held in Cardiff

18 Gorffennaf 2015

Cancer and medical research scientists unite for international cancer conference

CUKC 2015 delegates

Wales Hosts international cancer conference

1 Gorffennaf 2015

Cancer and medical research scientists unite for international cancer conference

Group photo to commemorate MOU

CCMRC hosts signing ceremony to strengthen links with China

1 Mai 2015

Memorandum of Understanding signed between Cardiff University and the Beijing Municipal Education Commission

Sir Martin Evans and Professor Wen Jiang

Cardiff's senior scientists to advise Capital Medical University’s Key Laboratory

14 Ebrill 2015

Cardiff University’s Professors invited to advisory panel for Capital Medical’s ‘Key Laboratory for Cancer Invasion and Metastasis’

Professor Wen Jiang accepting award in Athens

Professor Wen Jiang wins outstanding achievement award

31 Hydref 2014

The World Congress of Oncology, Athens, awards Outstanding Achievement Award to Professor Wen Jiang

Ymchwil Meddygol Cydweithredol Caerdydd Tsieina yn cerdded Mur Mawr Tsieina ar gyfer Ymchwil Canser Cymru.

CCMRC raises £3500 for Cancer Research Wales

7 Hydref 2014

CCMRC team undertake trek on the Great Wall for Cancer Research Wales

Professor Wen Jiang in the lab

Cardiff - Peking Universities cancer breakthrough

28 Medi 2013

Experts test the health benefits of the Chinese herbal medicine, Yangzheng Xiaoji

Cardiff and Peking MOU signing

Cardiff University in joint cancer study with Chinese experts

15 Mai 2012

A link-up between Cardiff University and the two largest centres of cancer studies in China could result in significant advances in treatment