1 February 2018
Research at Cardiff University has built molecular bridges between nano-carbons and proteins that should inspire new approaches to generating bionano-materials.
30 January 2018
Cardiff University is inviting biosciences students to take part in a unique student-led independent research project, with an opportunity to travel to the US.
23 January 2018
New research on guppy fish by Cardiff University has demonstrated the disease-fighting advantages of mutations in immune genes.
17 January 2018
New light shed on the mysterious origin of Bornean elephants
9 January 2018
A major step forward has been made in the quest to find a therapy for Huntington’s disease.
3 January 2018
Repurposing anticonvulsants for treatment of injury-induced osteoarthritis
13 December 2017
Wild otters from different regions have distinct odour dialects
6 December 2017
Cardiff University’s Otter Project aims to get the genome of the otter sequenced.
30 November 2017
Accelerating the aging process in trees will help to save Britain’s endangered species, according to research at Cardiff University.
24 November 2017
Public can help save world’s threatened seagrass meadows, say researchers in new study
22 November 2017
Research provides first evidence of the world-wide impact of seagrass meadows
21 November 2017
Cardiff University students have been recognised in a global science competition.
7 November 2017
A new method of tracking chemical and biological processes at a nanometre scale have been uncovered.
2 November 2017
Cardiff University to host Medicines Discovery Institute
New species of orangutan, and most endangered great ape on earth, discovered in North Sumatra
Biotech company studies sea snails with Cardiff University.
20 October 2017
Assembling proteins and DNA as a molecular level requires incredible precision, and vital work by the School of Biosciences at Cardiff University and Southampton University has been able to tackle this issue.
12 October 2017
Pheasants are 13 times more likely to die on roads than other birds.
9 October 2017
Professor Ole Petersen from Cardiff University has been recognised for his groundbreaking work.
28 September 2017
New method of tagging body's own transporters could lead to more effective treatments for life-threatening diseases
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