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Official recognition for cybersecurity degree programme

16 June 2022

Master’s in Cyber Security degree programme is fully certified by NCSC.

Research project awarded £1m in funding to uncover new ‘fingerprints’ of brain disease

27 May 2022

Cardiff University-led study will harness powerful imaging techniques and AI

Scientists create new method to kill cyberattacks in less than a second

19 May 2022

Artificial intelligence that can detect and kill malware on the fly could help protect laptops, computers and smart devices in our homes.

Research Excellence Framework 2021 Results

12 May 2022

A successful result for the School of Computer Science and Informatics in REF 2021.

Professor Hannah Fry lecture marks the opening of Abacws

28 April 2022

Mathematician and TV presenter talks about the joy of data at event to mark the opening of Cardiff University’s new state-of-the-art building.

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Engaging young people to learn about opportunities in STEM

7 April 2022

The School of Computer Science and Informatics have been undertaking a range of activities to inspire young people to consider studying STEM subjects.

Artificial intelligence to bring museum specimens to the masses

24 March 2022

New method proposed by scientists could drastically improve the time it takes to extract information from museum specimens.

Ship Shape and Cardiff join forces

22 November 2021

Data scientists to help ideas find investment

Tackling loneliness with mixed reality technology

30 September 2021

New project will explore how ‘mixed reality’ technology can be used to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation

IEEE Security and Privacy Test-of-Time award

22 July 2021

A paper by Dr George Theodorakopoulos, and colleagues, has been selected for an IEEE Security and Privacy Test-of-Time Award at the internationally recognised IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy.

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Minecraft set to influence future design of new cancer centre

13 May 2021

An exciting partnership between Velindre University NHS Trust and the Cardiff University Technocamp hub is adopting gamification to engage the children and young people of south east Wales in the design of the Trust’s new cancer centre.

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CyberFirst event to encourage young people into cyber security

20 April 2021

The School of Computer Science and Informatics is set to inspire school pupils to pursue a career in cyber security by hosting an important event alongside the CyberFirst Programme.

Official recognition for cybersecurity degree programme

15 April 2021

MSc in Cybersecurity is certified by the National Cyber Security Centre

Cardiff KTP wins ‘Innovation of the Year’

19 March 2021

Orbital Global triumphs at health industry awards

She Inspires Me

School pupils take part in inspirational International Women’s Day project

10 March 2021

The School of Computer Science and Informatics has been celebrating International Women’s Day by working on an exciting project with secondary school pupils aiming to start discussions about inspirational women.

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Cardiff inspires the next generation of game designers

16 February 2021

Students from the School of Computer Science and Informatics collaborate with external organisations to empower the female coders of the future

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Tweets of fear used to spread malicious viruses online

5 February 2021

In-depth analysis of over 275k tweets reveals why certain malicious URLs are more likely to circulate across Twitter

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Scientists to create perfect fitting face mask

28 January 2021

State-of-the-art technology being employed to create masks that reduce injuries and the risk of infection

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Innovative Minecraft competition for young people to influence Cardiff redesign

21 January 2021

The School of Computer Science and Informatics is providing children and young people with an exciting opportunity to help shape the future of Cardiff by using a virtual game platform.

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Positive response to new CPD modules

14 January 2021

Public sector workers praise the benefits of CPD modules.