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Young entrepreneurs triumph at the 14th annual Student Start-up and Freelance Awards

29 May 2024

Twelve young entrepreneurs each win a share of the £18,000 prize pot that was up for grabs.

A group of people are photographed on a roof terrace which overlooks the City of London

Bridging the accessibility gap in data science

28 May 2024

Research network to map landscape and identify needs across sectors

Cardiff University hosts launch event for brand new BCS Wales Hub

24 May 2024

The first BCS Hub was officially launched in Abacws and hopes to boost the IT sector across Wales.

Cardiff students achieve success at BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium

26 April 2024

The Lovelace Colloquium is the national conference for undergraduate and MSc women and non-binary students in computing

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Centre for Cyber Security Research recognised as ‘academic centre of excellence’ for the next five years

26 April 2024

The Centre for Cyber Security Research has been awarded the status of an ‘Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research

Three portrait photographs of Cardiff University’s Turing fellows 2024 from left to right Professor Monjur Mourshed, Dr Jenny Kidd and Professor Steven Schockaert

Cardiff secures three Turing fellowships

21 March 2024

Researchers join new cohort to help grow UK’s data science and AI ecosystem

Bringing historic figures to life with AI

20 March 2024

A team of researchers from the School of Computer Science and Informatics are bringing together experts from various disciplines to discuss the potential application of artificial intelligence in museums and archives.

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Pop-up retro computing museum

12 March 2024

Cardiff University to showcase fully operational tech from 1960s to today

Dr Fernando Lozides and Joseph Liu at INTERACT 2023

Cardiff graduate's success with software for autistic learners

28 February 2024

In his final year Joseph Liu worked with Cardiff-based teachers to develop software that could change the way autistic learners communicate in the classroom

Cardiff University strengthens international collaboration on cybersecurity research and knowledge exchange

22 February 2024

The university welcomed the Governor of the State of Yucatan to Cardiff to promote international collaboration and knowledge sharing between Wales and Mexico.

Cardiff University collaborates with Professor Brian Cox to educate school students on artificial intelligence

16 February 2024

Cardiff University has teamed up with The Royal Society and Professor Brian Cox in the next instalment of Brian Cox School Experiment videos.

Cardiff University drives digital skills and innovation in 2023 through successful outreach events

31 January 2024

The Digital Transformation Innovation Institute has conducted a series of outreach events, focusing on fostering digital skills, promoting innovation and entrepreneurship.

University’s digital innovation showcased at Wales Tech Week

6 November 2023

Cardiff University-based digital innovators recently attended Wales Tech Week, showcasing the power of digital transformation and cutting-edge technology in Wales.

A male wheelchair user poses for a photograph beside a train at the Bermondsey London Underground station.

"Offering people the freedom to choose how they travel"

24 October 2023

Graduate developing accessible travel app which flags lift disruptions on London Underground

When gaming meets Cardiff history

23 October 2023

Using video games to engage with the history and heritage of Cardiff and southeast Wales

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New £10m Global Centre in Clean Energy

18 September 2023

Cardiff partner in new project to help reduce emissions from road transport

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Understanding all disease prevalence in the UK

23 August 2023

A new website provides UK prevalence estimates for all diseases

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Safeguarding young neurodiverse people online

9 August 2023

Researchers secure prestigious Google scholarship to help young people with ADHD, autism and dyslexia better navigate internet risks

Four diagrams of the human brain displayed at different angles.

Computer model of real life brain plots more accurate route for neurosurgeons

1 August 2023

Researchers used data from MRI scans to develop bespoke computational head model

A radiologist looking at an MRI scan reflected in a medical visor.

Seeing eye to eye: researchers train AI to copy gaze of clinical professionals

21 July 2023

AI-enabled system to improve medical diagnostics and help with training and education