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‘World-leading’ facilities feature in government review

29 March 2021

Gas Turbine Research Centre commended in the UK Government’s Integrated Review

Cardiff partnership for construction compliance

12 March 2021

‘Digital ecosystem’ steers firms through regulation

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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

Expert joins Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce

18 January 2021

Professor Liana Cipcigan advises WG1

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Reusing face masks: are microwaves the answer?

4 December 2020

Novel approaches could allow respirators and surgical masks to be reused when stocks are low, drastically improving the amount of resources available to healthcare workers

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On the road to a cleaner, greener Glastonbury Festival

10 November 2020

Cardiff University experts to help electrify Land Rover vehicles used across Worthy Farm

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This is Engineering Day

27 October 2020

On November 4 we will be celebrating some of the work of our engineers

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Funding secured for first ever Researchers’ Night in Wales

20 October 2020

Cardiff University academics from Physics and Astronomy and Engineering secure European Union funding for a pioneering Researchers’ Night in Wales

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Quantum LED to bridge industry gap

14 October 2020

Fellowship for future LED technologies

Immigration Minister visits the School of Engineering

10 September 2020

Kevin Foster MP joined a round-table discussion with senior Cardiff University academics and international students from the School of Engineering to find out their views on studying overseas

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Cardiff engineer wins the prestigious Hinshelwood Prize for Combustion

21 August 2020

The Hinshelwood Prize recognises meritorious work by a young scientist of the British Section of The Combustion Institute

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Cardiff Racing achieve great results at Formula Student 2020

12 August 2020

Cardiff engineers triumphed at this year’s virtual Formula Student event.

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New funding to unlock the power of ammonia

7 August 2020

Cardiff University secures nearly £3m to scale up state-of-the-art technology that harnesses power from ammonia

Success for placement student at the VolkerFitzpatrick ITP of the Year Awards

23 July 2020

Engineering student receives award from VolkerFitzpatrick for her outstanding performance during a placement year

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Engineers look to improve CO2 storage in coal reserves

21 July 2020

€2m project to explore feasibility of injecting carbon dioxide underground at Polish laboratory

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Academic knowhow for predictive maintenance

13 July 2020

Partnership for better airport logistics

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Engineers partner with China to investigate low-carbon urban futures

20 March 2020

The School of Engineering is involved in three projects worth over £2.2 million on creating sustainable urban energy in collaboration with partners in the UK and China

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Talented undergraduates compete in TRADA University Challenge 2020 at Cardiff University

10 March 2020

The School of Engineering hosts TRADA University Challenge 2020.

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Cardiff recognised as centre of excellence for ‘precision medicine’

24 February 2020

City named among six UK centres of excellence in medicine tailored to patients’ needs

Chinese recognition for Emeritus Professor Roger Falconer

19 December 2019

Professor Roger Falconer has been elected Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.