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The School focuses on many aspects of architecture, from promoting sustainable built environments to reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
The School's research includes molecular biosciences, neuroscience, organisms and the environment, and pathophysiology and repair.
The School makes significant contributions to knowledge economy and policy development, both nationally and globally.
The School of Chemistry's internationally leading research and education tackles the important scientific challenges of the 21st century.
The School's research has a positive impact in areas as diverse as healthcare, telecommunications and the environment.
The only dental school in Wales, providing unique and important leadership in dental research, teaching and patient care.
Research is focused on the themes of the solid earth, climate and life, and environmental science and policy.
The School conducts research in a variety of areas including sustainability, mechanics, energy, and security.
The School combines the highest levels of traditional scholarship with innovative approaches to language, communication, literature, critical theory and philosophy.
The School is improving, influencing and informing healthcare across Wales and beyond, putting patients and families at the heart of their research.
Our researchers explore and share their passion for past societies and religious beliefs, from prehistory to the present day.
Research covers a variety of themes, including global crises, climate change, racism, and ‘right to die’ debates.
The School is known for its research across a wide range of areas, and for translating its research into information for policy-makers and practitioners.
Each field of research in the School has its own highly active research group, which collaborates with leading academic researchers throughout the world.
Research spans the spectrum from lab investigation to clinical practice, in hospital and community settings.
Our research explores an exciting and diverse range of topics that engage with the world around us.
The School has an established reputation for research, from the Viennese classical style to contemporary British music.
The School of Optometry and Vision Sciences has the only optometric training department in Wales, and one of the largest in the UK.
The School's research covers many areas, from respiratory disorders to issues around medicine resource allocation.
The School conducts world-leading research, from photonics and nanoscale science to star formation.
The School studies the development, management and sustainability of cities, regions and rural spaces.
Our researchers are embedded in UK, European and international networks, active in key international professional associations and regularly interface with practitioners at a variety of levels.
Research in the School addresses topics ranging from cognition and psychopathology to health, wellbeing and sustainable behaviour.
The School is committed to theoretically informed research with a clear policy focus.
The research interests of the staff include the Welsh language, Welsh literature, and the social and international aspects of language planning.