Ewch i’r prif gynnwys

Newyddion

An example of compound semiconductors in action

£10m Award Creates New Compound Semiconductor Hub

5 Rhagfyr 2016

A £10m award announced today puts Cardiff University at the forefront of research into cutting-edge Compound Semiconductor technologies.

Reckitt Benckiser - Logo

Cemegwyr y dyfodol

2 Rhagfyr 2016

Bydd myfyrwyr o ledled De-orllewin Prydain yn dod i Brifysgol Caerdydd i gwrdd â staff gweithredol o RB

Innovation award for Liz Bagshaw

1 Rhagfyr 2016

Prize money enables development of low-cost water quality sensors.

The Da Vinci Innovation Awards Audience

Success for Cardiff innovators

29 Tachwedd 2016

The 2016 Da Vinci Innovation Awards with details of winners.

The Gravitational Physics team picking up their award.

Gravitational Physicists collect Vice Chancellor’s accolade

25 Tachwedd 2016

The Gravitational Physics Group has been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to the University, part of the Celebrating Excellence Awards for 2016.

Gravitational Wave - Artwork

Gwaith celf wedi’i ysbrydoli gan ddarganfyddiad tonnau disgyrchol

24 Tachwedd 2016

Arlunydd o Gaerdydd i ddatgelu paentiad olew newydd sy’n crynhoi canfyddiad nodedig tonnau disgyrchol

Professor John Pickett

Athro Nodedig Anrhydeddus

24 Tachwedd 2016

Mae cemegydd blaenllaw sy'n enwog am ei ddarganfyddiadau arloesol ym maes fferomonau pryfed wedi cael teitl Athro Nodedig Anrhydeddus gan Brifysgol Caerdydd

Jeff Griffiths Triple Crown photopgraph

Triple Crown honour for Professor Jeff Griffiths

21 Tachwedd 2016

Jeff Griffiths becomes only the third person in the entire history of the OR Society to receive the Triple Crown

iGEM Team

Gwobr arian i fyfyrwyr gwyddoniaeth

17 Tachwedd 2016

Prawf gan fyfyrwyr i ganfod heintiau a drosglwyddir yn rhywiol (STIs) yn ennill medal arian mewn cystadleuaeth ryngwladol

OIl rig

Academia and marine research institutions join forces to protect the Eastern Mediterranean Sea from oil spills

17 Tachwedd 2016

A new study led by Cardiff University shows that oil slicks in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea can reach the coast in 1 to 20 days.