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Mars mission for 250 pupils

5 July 2019

Annual event demonstrates breadth of careers in STEM

Data science

Training the data experts of the future

21 June 2019

Brand new Data Science Academy will make Wales a hub for leading tech graduates

Sustainable transport systems of the future

5 June 2019

A new model for refuelling alternative-fuel vehicles in future road networks.

Mathematicians propose new model to quantify materials uncertainties

16 April 2019

Researchers from Cardiff and Oxford Universities have developed a novel set of tools for modelling uncertainties in materials

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New light thrown on hunt for MH370

11 February 2019

Underwater sound waves reveal two new possible locations for missing Malaysian Airlines flight

Professor Christopher Hooley FRS

15 January 2019

It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Professor Christopher Hooley.

Paul Harper receiving award from the OR Society

Professor Paul Harper awarded the Companion of Operation Research by the OR Society

18 December 2018

The OR Society has awarded Professor Paul Harper the Companion of Operational Research, one of the most prestigious awards given by the Society.

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Roger Behrend and collaborators win 2019 Robbins Prize

10 December 2018

The 2019 Robbins Prize of the American Mathematical Society will be awarded to Roger Behrend and collaborators Ilse Fischer and Matjaž Konvalinka.

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School of Mathematics has highest satisfaction among Russell Group universities

14 August 2018

The School of Mathematics has topped a list of leading UK universities for overall satisfaction in an important survey based entirely on the opinions of current students.

New computer science and maths building

Consultation on new building

27 July 2018

University seeks views on purpose-built facility for Schools of Computer Science and Mathematics

Sara Heledd Thomas MATHS MSc graduate

Double award success for new MSc graduate

26 July 2018

A new graduate from the School of Mathematics has received an award for the best industry-based student project in her field in the UK.

Drs Jonathan Ben-Artzi and Junyong Zhang from the School of Mathematics have been awarded a prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship.

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship

5 July 2018

The combined expertise of two academics from the School of Mathematics has played a central role in them being awarded a prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship.

Students participating in Full STEAM Ahead

Nurturing a love of science

4 July 2018

Hands-on activities at University to engage young learners

Danny Groves, School of Mathematics

Cardiff Mathematicians present in Parliament

10 May 2018

Three postgraduate students from the School of Mathematics were invited to Parliament recently as part of the annual STEM for Britain poster competition.

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Less is more when it comes to developing bigger brains

4 May 2018

New study reveals human brains may require fewer initial cells to grow compared to monkeys and mice

maths outreach programme

High-tech fun for 500 pupils

25 April 2018

Cardiff University and Bridgend College join forces for hands-on learning

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World Cup stickers

28 March 2018

Equations reveal an expected cost of £774 to collect all 682 stickers in Panini’s World Cup 2018 album

New MSc Mathematics

New postgraduate degree at the School of Mathematics

22 March 2018

An exciting new postgraduate degree has been launched at the Cardiff School of Mathematics.

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Detecting tsunamis

24 January 2018

Scientists develop new method to calculate a tsunami’s size and destructive force by exploiting high-speed acoustic gravity waves

Mathematics Education Research Group launch

New research group focus on maths education

21 December 2017

An event to celebrate the formation of a new research group focusing on maths education has taken place at the School of Mathematics