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Study pinpoints SARS-CoV-2 Spike mutation that ‘escapes’ killer T-cells generated by infection and vaccination

5 August 2022

Cardiff University scientists urge monitoring of ‘viral escape’ – and warn vaccines may need altering

Impact of research and teaching showcased at National Eisteddfod

28 July 2022

Events will examine topics including children’s rights, politics, science and history

Medicine graduate who taught herself A-level science urges other students to pursue dreams

20 July 2022

Cardiff University student Sophie Hulse studied Medicine via graduate entry scheme

SARS-CoV-2-infected cells (cell nucleus in blue, cell surface in green and viral proteins in red)

Scientists shed new light on how SARS-CoV-2 evades the immune response in early infection

19 July 2022

New study could have implications for vaccine design

Cardiff University researchers to join £20m global study to tackle cancer in children

16 June 2022

Professor Andrew Sewell and team win funding from Cancer Grand Challenge

UK researchers pioneer new virtual treatment for PTSD

15 June 2022

Online treatment ‘as effective as face-to-face therapy’, large-scale clinical trial finds

Cardiff University pays tribute to Bobi Jones as it returns to Urdd National Eisteddfod

27 May 2022

Thousands expected to attend youth festival, where the University has a busy programme of events and will sponsor the Learner’s Medal

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School of Medicine achieves outstanding results in REF 2021

12 May 2022

The latest independent assessment of research quality across UK higher education institutions also showed that the research environment score for the School has achieved a significant rise since REF 2014

Cardiff University scientist Professor Jamie Rossjohn FRS elected to The Royal Society

Cardiff University scientist elected to The Royal Society

12 May 2022

Professor Jamie Rossjohn elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) in recognition of his transformative contributions to science.

Scientists use vaccination to successfully treat COVID-19 for first time

21 March 2022

Jab used to treat instead of prevent disease in patient who had virus for 7.5 months