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20 June 2022
New research explores whether quartz cementation can facilitate fault healing
13 June 2022
New mechanism describes how the tsunami travelled much further, much quicker and for much longer after the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano erupted.
26 May 2022
New findings answer long-standing question over the importance of summertime warmth in melting ice sheets
12 May 2022
Results show that 100% of the school's research submission is world-leading or internationally excellent
6 May 2022
Dr Samantha Buzzard has been chosen as a recipient of the Global Challenges Teaching Award in the Climate Change category
2 March 2022
The dynamic processes involved in blue-ice moraine formation open a deep window into the million-year history of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
23 February 2022
New study provides insight into disaster emergency preparedness and response
31 January 2022
New research could lead to the targeted mining of metals that will be essential for our transition to a green economy
26 January 2022
New research suggests strategies such as green roofs and vegetated parks will not be able to mitigate heat waves and flooding at the same time
25 January 2022
Twin papers from Professor Dianne Edwards hint at the existence of a novel and previously unknown major group of early land plants.
14 January 2022
Sophie Cox has been voted the winner of the Ramsay Medal of the Tectonic Studies Group
21 December 2021
Dr Aditee Mitra will Chair a new Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research working group known as MixONET
10 December 2021
Dr Ernest Chi Fru was elected as a councillor
8 December 2021
3D imaging techniques reveal details of the soft tissues in an exceptionally preserved fossil found in Gloucestershire, UK and throw new light on creatures that thrived in the oceans 165 million years ago
24 November 2021
Video series demonstrates strength of Wales’s climate research
15 November 2021
Cardiff University agrees to new principles outlined by the UK's professional body.
12 November 2021
Research suggests a new possible cause for the slow tectonic creep at fault lines to become the faster sliding of an earthquake.
2 November 2021
New open-access dataset could aid future researchers studying the effects of climate change on the global water cycle.
27 October 2021
Analysis of tiny carbonate fossil and sediment records dating back over 7 million years may hold the key to solving one of the outstanding puzzles of paleoanthropology.
12 October 2021
Coastal Communities Adapting Together is delighted to announce the second Exchanging Knowledge and Best Practice Across Borders event in October 2021
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