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Research to measure use of digital technologies among businesses in Wales

12 September 2019

Fourth annual survey collects insights on how broadband can improve performance

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Gender stereotypes present in sperm donor recruitment marketing, research concludes

9 September 2019

Academic welcomes changes made to advertising rules

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New sustainability pledge at heart of Cardiff Half

6 September 2019

Race organisers and University team up to minimise environmental impact

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Anti-poaching unit to protect Bornean forests

5 September 2019

Cardiff University scientists help to form special task force aimed at protecting Borneo’s iconic wildlife

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Feature staircase installed at Cardiff Innovation Campus

4 September 2019

‘Oculus’ will be Innovation Central showpiece

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Researchers to investigate solitude and the physics of the Universe

4 September 2019

Two projects from Cardiff University win major funding totalling €3.38m

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Cracking “virus code” could help fight cancer

4 September 2019

Cardiff University scientists believe new understanding about how a virus enters and infects human cells could help pave the way for new vaccines and treatments for cancer and infectious diseases.

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Businesses in Wales benefit from £1m to develop new ideas

4 September 2019

First innovation cohort chosen following widespread interest from creative sector

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Major funding win for national research centre

3 September 2019

Academics to investigate key challenges facing society

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Cardiff project tackles barriers to low-carbon transport

26 August 2019

New £1m research network will devise innovative ways to reduce CO2 emissions

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‘Key player’ identified in genetic link to psychiatric conditions

21 August 2019

New research increases understanding of brain changes in schizophrenia and autism

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Cardiff University historian contributes to new Second World War Museum in Paris

20 August 2019

Academic’s research making an impact in France

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Cardiff partners £1.3m CS project

19 August 2019

A Cardiff University venture to develop Compound Semiconductors (CS) is partnering with a £1.3m Welsh Government funded project to innovate new CS technologies.

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New focus on Modern Jewish History

15 August 2019

Leading academic’s appointment part of drive to enhance school’s research-led teaching

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University professor appointed Deputy Chair of Natural Resources Wales

12 August 2019

Welsh Government appoint Professor Steve Ormerod to prestigious new role

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Children at risk of sexual exploitation need better support, report concludes

9 August 2019

Research uncovers ‘troubling’ picture of the care system

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Groundwater resources in Africa resilient to climate change

8 August 2019

Groundwater – a vital source of water for drinking and irrigation across sub-Saharan Africa – is resilient to climate variability and change, according to a new study led by Cardiff University and UCL.

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Scientists uncover deep-rooted plumbing system beneath ocean volcanoes

8 August 2019

New study reveals that magma chambers sit at least 16 km beneath the Earth’s surface

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Self-harm incidents in Welsh prisons reach new high

7 August 2019

Academic calls for all Wales-only data to be freely available

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Gut changes in polar bears linked to retreat of Arctic sea ice

6 August 2019

Habitat loss could have negative implications for long-term health of polar bears

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New technology to monitor anti-Polish hate online

6 August 2019

Academics using cutting-edge algorithms to monitor trends

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National recognition for ‘outstanding’ Cardiff lecturers

5 August 2019

Achievements of Dr Richard Lewis and Dr Robert Wilson recognised with National Teaching Fellowship

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Fans urged to support cancer research

2 August 2019

Collection ahead of Manchester United v AC Milan match in Cardiff

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New research could explain why babies born during winter are at higher risk of developing mental health disorders

2 August 2019

Winter and autumn babies are exposed to higher levels of maternal stress hormone

Michael Sheen with refugees from summer school

Sheen meets graduating refugees and asylum seekers

1 August 2019

‘What’s meaningful for me is knowing that you can all now help so many other people’