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Land Rover conversion kit debuts at Glastonbury Festival

24 June 2022

A ‘drop in’ kit that converts Land Rover Defenders into fully electric vehicles will be used across Worthy Farm this weekend.

Funding secured for further offshore wind energy projects

9 June 2022

School set to develop a new doctoral network to develop more efficient and reliable renewable energy technologies

Research Excellence Framework 2021 results

12 May 2022

96% of the school's REF submission is considered world-leading or internationally excellent

European farmland could be biggest global reservoir of microplastics, study suggests

6 May 2022

Up to 42,000 tonnes of microplastics are applied across European agricultural soils each year as a result of sewage sludge fertiliser.

Cardiff joins offshore renewable energy project

13 April 2022

The University will participate in ORE Catapult’s Welsh Centre of Excellence to support the growth of the Welsh offshore renewable energy sector.

Understanding the true potential of low-carbon liquid fuels

18 March 2022

Prof Jianzhong Wu involved in new research projects that will help the future take-up of greener, hydrogen-based fuels in the UK

Agustin Valera-Medina

Cardiff engineer appointed as Director of the Green Ammonia Working Group UK

14 February 2022

Dr Agustin Valera-Medina to lead working group supporting nitrogen-based energy

Cardiff Professor chairs world-first low carbon restart project

10 January 2022

Professor Nicholas Jenkins is the Chair of the Stakeholder Advisory Group for the Distributed ReStart project

Researchers speak to BBC News about wind turbine technology

22 December 2021

Dr Ugalde-Loo and Dr Sathsara Abeysinghe were interviewed by BBC Wales’ Economics Correspondent about wind turbine technology

Water Council

Emeritus Professor engages with World Water Council on global water security post Covid-19

13 December 2021

Emeritus Professor Roger Falconer moderated a World Water Council international webinar on global water security