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Working in isolated environments enables culture of bullying among elite chefs, research finds

17 January 2022

Separation from mainstream society paves way for verbal assaults and physical attacks

Top award for catalysis researcher

17 January 2022

Medal honours Sir John Meurig Thomas

Study reveals link between brain cell development and risk of schizophrenia

14 January 2022

Cardiff University study is ‘major step forward’ in hunt for developmental origins of psychiatric disorders

Face masks ‘make wearers look more attractive’, study suggests

13 January 2022

Cardiff University research finds wearers of medical masks rated most attractive

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Gold solution to catalysis grand challenge

6 January 2022

Cardiff University researchers demonstrate the suitability of gold as a catalyst to produce methanol and acetic acid from the methane in natural gas.

Could life be making its own habitable environment in the clouds of Venus?

20 December 2021

Researchers suggest potential lifeforms could be producing ammonia which would trigger a chain of events that makes the clouds more tolerable to live in.

Quarter of home care workers in Wales sought mental health help during pandemic, study finds

20 December 2021

Early findings from Cardiff University research reveals impact of COVID-19 on health of care workers.

Trial for wound healing device

16 December 2021

Partnership with Huntleigh Healthcare

Otter populations in Wales show decline, survey suggests

16 December 2021

Cardiff University experts helped survey more than 1,000 sites in Wales

Lifelong learning is the key to unlocking Wales’ full potential

16 December 2021

Study outlines policy recommendations for new Commission

Cardiff students aspire with Admiral

16 December 2021

Scheme to run in 2022

Gravitational wave scientists set their sights on dark matter

15 December 2021

Incredibly sensitive instruments used in landmark discoveries could help solve one of the biggest remaining mysteries in the Universe

New insights into impact of immune-suppressing treatments on COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness

15 December 2021

Cardiff University-led study suggests certain multiple sclerosis drugs can affect COVID-19 vaccine

Cardiff Model tackles South African Gender Based Violence

14 December 2021

Joe Slovo Foundation backs Pretoria Plan

First UK trial to assess use of antivirals to treat COVID-19 set to begin

9 December 2021

Cardiff University is delivering the trial with Oxford University

Funding co-operation agreement policies achievable given fiscal outlook, report says

8 December 2021

Welsh budget boosted by increase in UK government funding

Rare Jurassic fossil reveals never-before-seen ammonite muscles in 3D

8 December 2021

3D imaging techniques reveal details of the soft tissues in an exceptionally preserved fossil found in Gloucestershire, UK and throw new light on creatures that thrived in the oceans 165 million years ago

No short-term fix for Wales’ productivity gap, report finds

2 December 2021

Policymaking and public investment offer opportunities for growth

Scientists may have solved an important part of the mystery of ultra-rare blood clots linked to adenovirus COVID-19 vaccines

2 December 2021

Cardiff and US researchers discover potential mechanism behind extremely rare clotting disorder

Cardiff University researchers join £10m centre for inclusive trade policy

29 November 2021

ESRC-funded centre to support government decision making

Artificial intelligence could be used to accurately predict tsunamis

29 November 2021

Machine learning could provide rapid assessment of underwater earthquakes

Prestigious prize celebrates impact of two Cardiff University research projects

29 November 2021

ESRC awards researchers in public policy and early career categories

Amateur boxing linked to increased risk of brain impairment and early onset of dementia, study suggests

25 November 2021

Cardiff University research is first to examine long-term effects of amateur boxing on the brain

Research films put science at heart of COP Cymru

24 November 2021

Video series demonstrates strength of Wales’s climate research

Partnerships lead joins Innovation Board

23 November 2021

Nadine Payne appointed to IACW