12 December 2017
Drug molecule in tapeworm medicine activates protein implicated in development of the disease
Leading researchers celebrate success.
11 December 2017
Report reveals economic performance of Britain’s regions and cities
Cynnal Cymru - Sustain Wales Awards ceremony takes place in the Senedd.
7 December 2017
Report led by University-based Academia Europaea hub handed to European Commission
University sponsors innovative design featuring unusual technique.
Cardiff Business School secures Small Business Charter award
6 December 2017
Prize has power to open global career doors.
Professor Roger Scully recognised for ‘authoritative and tangible contribution’
1 December 2017
He says ‘Tackling the health gap will take action across the whole of society’
Local and international engagement work secures two major awards
30 November 2017
Cardiff University study finds 55.1% of males and 53.5% of females aged 16-19 experienced some form of dating and relationship violence
Major international project will give schoolchildren the chance to explore some of the most important questions in astrophysics
‘Mêl’ combines University honey with health-enriching botanicals.
Transforming eye care and learning potential for children with Down’s syndrome
29 November 2017
Winter event takes place on ‘Small Business Saturday’.
New course prepares students for changing Welsh labour market
Do alcohol intoxication management services reduce burden on emergency services?
28 November 2017
New lipids discovery could reduce deaths from stroke and heart attack
27 November 2017
Professor Daniel Wincott to lead and design major new Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) programme.
Cardiff partnership claims Research and Collaboration crown.
New £1.5m project will create system in which products can “talk” to the factory floor in order to transform the modern manufacturing process
24 November 2017
Public can help save world’s threatened seagrass meadows, say researchers in new study
New citizen science project will allow public to search the sky for signs of violent cosmic events that lead to the production of space-time ripples
Sir Geraint Evans’ legacy lives on as University research unit extends its remit to cardiovascular disease