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Spinout Success: Cardiff in UK’s top three

15 November 2019

‘Research to Riches’ report highlights UK’s best

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Researchers take first step towards genetic test for childhood short-sightedness

15 November 2019

Global prevalence of myopia is rising rapidly, affecting one in three people in the UK

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Cardiff University signs the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA)

13 November 2019

Cardiff University has signed the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), today, Wednesday 13 November

News reporting resource for pupils

8 November 2019

A free new online resource is being launched which aims to equip primary school pupils with the basics of news reporting.

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Eccentric creator of ‘alternative national library’ celebrated

6 November 2019

Salisbury created “amazing picture of our culture, literature, politics, geography and more”

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New contemporary dance inspired by biophysics

6 November 2019

The cutting-edge research of a Cardiff University scientist is being used as the basis for a new contemporary dance

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Loneliness of seafarers highlighted in report

6 November 2019

Researchers call for better provision to prevent mental health issues for those working at sea

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World-leading mental health research centre celebrates ‘decade of discovery'

5 November 2019

One of the world’s leading centres for research into the underlying causes of mental health issues is marking its 10th anniversary.

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Scientists spy unstable semiconductors

4 November 2019

New observations using state-of-the-art techniques could help to build better electronics in smartphones, GPS and satellites

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Funding boost for cancer-killing ‘smart’ viruses

1 November 2019

Scientists at Cardiff University have been awarded nearly £1.4m in funding by Cancer Research UK to support the development of cancer-killing viruses.

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£2m trial seeks to inform better use of antibiotics in sepsis

1 November 2019

Cardiff University’s Centre for Trials Research is to coordinate a trial looking at use of antibiotics in sepsis.

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Cardiff researcher wins global professorship

31 October 2019

A Cardiff University scientist has become the first in Wales to be awarded a prestigious Academy of Medical Science professorship.

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Getting Better at Doing Good: A Toolkit for Measuring NGO Progress

31 October 2019

Data collection and analysis “vital” to survival of voluntary sector, says academic

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Kubos and CSC develop LED technologies

31 October 2019

Partnership forges brighter future

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Honour for Sêr Cymru lecturer

30 October 2019

EPSRC grants New Investigator Award

Festival of Social Science 2019

Cardiff University hosts Festival of Social Science

30 October 2019

Diverse research areas celebrated during week of events

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US award for Cardiff physicist

25 October 2019

Prof Bernard Schutz is honoured by the American Physical Society for gravitational wave contributions

Postgraduate cohort

New Postgraduate Diploma in Healthcare Planning Launched

24 October 2019

Qualification to develop professionals working in the NHS in Wales

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Future of England Survey reveals public attitudes towards Brexit and the union

24 October 2019

Academics call for responsible debate as findings show the breakup of the UK is a widely expected consequence of Brexit

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Zebrafish discovery throws new light on human hearing disorders

23 October 2019

Scientists gain understanding of mechanisms that determine growth patterns of tiny hairy cells within the ear

Professor Kip Thorne

Nobel Prize-winner Kip Thorne opens new Cardiff physics lab

22 October 2019

World-leading astrophysicist is shown new tech designed to further our understanding of the Universe

Brain Box

Virtual MRI scan for pupils

21 October 2019

University offers VR scan as part of ‘Brain Box’ resource for teachers

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Millions more children in West and Central Africa suffering from malnutrition, according to study

17 October 2019

Experts say more robust measures are needed to understand the true scale of poverty and malnutrition

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Hot drinks are the most common cause of burns to young children

16 October 2019

Thousands of injuries could be prevented every year

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Medics in mass CPR training

15 October 2019

Restart a Heart Day aims to raise awareness about cardiac arrests