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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.

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ActiveQuote and Cardiff join forces

6 January 2021

KTP drives insurer’s sales boost

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Cardiff academic wins GCHQ Fellowship

10 December 2020

Researcher to work on National Security

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Airbus Digital Chief receives Professorship

6 November 2020

Honorary role for Dr Kevin Jones

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Future Leaders Fellows

6 November 2020

Cardiff University academics awarded prestigious fellowship from UKRI

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ISG and Cardiff mark Abacws high point

14 October 2020

Remote ‘topping out’ for new centre

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Machine learning helps to predict new violence hot spots

12 October 2020

Cardiff University analysis uncovers ‘no alcohol’ locations that could be targeted to reduce violent crime

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Collaborative gaming project to inspire young people into future STEM careers

17 September 2020

Students from the School of Computer Science and Informatics are inspiring the next generation of young people to take an interest in coding through an exciting new project called Impact Games.

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Top-ranking conference recognises student 3D pizza ordering system project

27 August 2020

A STUDENT project encouraging people to make healthier food choices using new technologies has been accepted for a highly regarded conference.

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Inspiring the next generation of cyber security professionals

12 August 2020

The School of Computer Science and Informatics is hosting an important event which encourages school pupils to pursue a career in cyber security.

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Prestigious teaching award for National Software Academy

6 August 2020

University’s innovative software engineering programme achieves recognition for collaborative work in teaching and learning

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Training public sector data experts

16 June 2020

University launches professional development programme in partnership with the Office for National Statistics

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Cardiff and Airbus demystify AI for Cybersecurity

28 February 2020

Project tests ability to ‘explain’ and ‘confuse’ AI-based decisions

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Multi-million pound grant to unlock 5G potential in rural Wales

27 February 2020

Cardiff University researchers will support a £10m project aimed at creating new opportunities for businesses and citizens in rural areas

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Data Management Plan for the Distributed System of Scientific Collections

26 February 2020

Director of Informatics projects leads important Data Management Plan of natural heritage data.

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New system to detect cyber-attacks on smart devices in the home

10 February 2020

Researchers develop security system that can identify attacks with 90 per cent accuracy