21 February 2019
University partners Swansea
20 February 2019
New discovery solves mystery of how building blocks of stars and planets form
8 February 2019
Newly appointed lecturer, Dr Cosimo Inserra, is awarded a long term astronomical survey.
4 February 2019
Boost for UK CS wafer manufacturing
1 February 2019
Professors Mike Edmunds and Matt Griffin have received prestigious international awards for their research work.
25 January 2019
The School of Physics and Astronomy has received £445,000 as part of two grants worth over £8 million for projects aimed at young people.
23 January 2019
Cardiff University receives new funding to help improve sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors
11 January 2019
Royal Astronomical Society prize for Professor Bernard Schutz
3 January 2019
Cardiff professor on the hunt for another Earth
7 December 2018
Scientists observe gravitational waves emanating from the collision of two giant black holes roughly five billion light years from Earth
4 December 2018
Cutting-edge technology trialled in UK
16 November 2018
Scientists discover for the first time that silica is made inside the heart of a supernova
15 November 2018
KAIROS ‘made in UK’
6 November 2018
International team of scientists observe plumes of cold molecular gas sprayed out by a black hole a billion light-years from Earth
5 November 2018
Cardiff hosts Chongqing Government
31 October 2018
Dr Katherine Dooley picks up Philip Leverhulme Prize for her contribution to the first ever detection of gravitational waves
18 October 2018
A project led by the School of Physics and Astronomy has received over £199,000 for outreach activities.
12 October 2018
Cardiff University-led programme will enable the country to compete globally for research and innovation projects
24 August 2018
To tame chaos in powerful semiconductor lasers, scientists have introduced another kind of chaos
10 August 2018
The School of Physics and Astronomy hosted the Ogden Trust School Physicist of the Year event on Wednesday 18th July to celebrate young regional physicists.
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