7 May 2015
An historian from the University's School of History, Archaeology and Religion has been shortlisted for the prestigious Royal Historical Society (RHS) Whitfield Prize, one of the most sought-after book prizes for early career historians.
Triggering a passion for science is the aim as Cardiff University welcomes 40 students from 10 South Wales schools as part of a touring festival of chemistry.
5 May 2015
Event highlights the value of social science to UK economy and society
30 April 2015
A new £44m Cardiff University brain research imaging centre (CUBRIC) that will lead Europe in helping scientists understand the causes of brain conditions has reached a major milestone in its construction.
A group of legal experts is calling for an overhaul of the rules governing the way in which the Court of Protection (CoP) works with the media in England and Wales, to improve transparency and help protect against miscarriages of justice.
29 April 2015
Serious road traffic accident training a first for Wales' future doctors.
Four Cardiff academics join the prestigious line-up
25 subjects feature in 2015 QS rankings.
28 April 2015
Young people from Gurnos in Merthyr Tydfil have put forward ideas to improve their community as part of a project involving the University.
Pioneering program provides real-time assessment of landslide risk.
The latest from Cardiff University.