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Successful first term for new public lecture series

11 July 2022

The Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health’s new public lecture series has been well received in its first term.

Plight of seafarers’ living conditions highlighted

7 July 2022

COVID-19 has heightened the need for better living conditions, academic says

Western Australia adopts ‘Cardiff Model’

6 July 2022

Hospital data helping to tackle violence

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water and Cardiff University forge partnership

6 July 2022

Strategic alliance for collaboration and research

Cardiff graduates among the UK’s most employable

6 July 2022

Graduates also have the lowest rate of unemployment for any Welsh university

‘Magnet for innovation’ opens for business

4 July 2022

TRH unites industry and science

Archaeological dig at park could uncover 2,000-year-old hidden history

1 July 2022

Enclosed settlement discovered near Roman villa could have origins in the Iron Age

AI system that mimics human gaze could be used to detect cancer

30 June 2022

Scientists from Cardiff University build ‘superior’ technology that can accurately predict where humans are most likely to look in an image.

New report examines people’s attitudes to climate change and how this translates into action

30 June 2022

Report suggests public support new policies around food and travel – but backing is ‘fragile’

Clwstwr celebrates success of creatives in South Wales

30 June 2022

More than 100 projects have received funding from the research and development programme