20 November 2015
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation award to develop improved diagnostic tool for pneumonia in children
18 November 2015
European Antibiotic Awareness day
4 November 2015
Prof Jean Yves Maillard wins Research and Development Award
29 October 2015
Using nature to find new antibiotics, the honeybee is a drug discovery tool
22 October 2015
Scientists design more effective approach to deliver drugs targeting cancer cells and other diseases
29 September 2015
Prof Les Baillie hosts a meeting at the Georgian National Centre to support his work on Anthrax
24 September 2015
A University innovator who credits Venturefest Wales for spurring her decision to co-found a brand-new business returns to the one-day festival this week.
17 September 2015
Dmitry Malyshev has won a prize of an image he generated as part of his research
8 September 2015
The first ever patient has been enrolled in the pivotal phase III clinical trial of a drug pioneered by Cardiff University which could bring hope for millions of shingles sufferers
13 August 2015
2015 National Student Survey (NSS) results show the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has achieved outstanding ratings by students.
6 August 2015
Official confirmation from the General Pharmaceutical Council of the successful accreditation of the Cardiff MPharm programme.
29 July 2015
Experts will demonstrate why rugby balls can be caught in wet weather
28 July 2015
Cardiff University experts tackle major issues that matter to Wales at Eisteddfod.
18 June 2015
Clinical wet wipes project cleans up at Innovation Awards
A partnership which developed clinical wet wipes to tackle hospital 'superbug' infections has won a Business Innovation Prize at Cardiff University's Innovation and Impact Awards 2015, sponsored by leading law firm Geldards and IP Group.
4 June 2015
Five Cardiff University scientists are stepping on a soapbox in Swansea to enthuse the passing public about their research.
30 May 2015
The potential impact of a new cancer drug, designed to stop patients becoming resistant to common therapies in treating cancer of the lung, ovary, breast, colon and pancreas.
18 May 2015
We are delighted that our undergraduate student staff panel has been most appropriately recognised, university-wide again.
7 May 2015
University scientists discover compound capable of fighting cancer on multiple fronts
28 November 2014
Congratulations to Dr Lovleen Tina Joshi, one of the Da Vinci Innovation Award Winners 2014, hosted by the Cardiff School of Engineering.
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