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25 June 2015
The College of Physical Sciences and Engineering hosted a series of technical presentations on Tuesday, 23rd June, to celebrate National Women in Engineering Day.
23 June 2015
Cardiff University’s College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, together with the School of Biosciences, worked with St David’s Sixth Form College to provide four hundred sixth form students with a taste of the University experience.
Professor Karen Holford, Pro Vice-Chancellor, College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, puts forward her ambition to get more women into engineering.
4 June 2015
Five Cardiff University scientists are stepping on a soapbox in Swansea to enthuse the passing public about their research.
26 May 2015
Professor Diana Huffaker has been appointed as Chair in Advanced Engineering and Materials through the Welsh Government’s £50m Ser Cymru Programme.
7 May 2015
Staff and students from the School’s Cardiff Racing team spent the day demonstrating how maths and science can lead to exciting careers, using the student racing car as an example.
30 April 2015
Professor Pwt Evans has been elected a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales, along with three other of the university’s prestigious professors.
24 April 2015
Cardiff School of Engineering student Jessica Raftner has won the Target Jobs Undergraduate of the Year award in the Engineering category.
2 April 2015
A Welsh construction company is working with Cardiff University’s School of Engineering to develop an innovative system to replace the use of scaffolding.
26 March 2015
A £17.3m award for Cardiff’s Compound Semiconductor Research Foundation was announced this week by the Minister for Universities Science and Cities, the Right Honourable Mr Greg Clark.
World leading research, strong links with industry, and a friendly and supportive teaching environment make us one of the leading engineering schools in the UK.
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