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Professor Kate Brain

UK-wide research to look at impact of Covid-19 on early cancer diagnosis

3 July 2020

Cardiff University and Cancer Research UK study hopes to target ‘cancer can wait’ attitude

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Planting begins for rainforest restoration project

30 June 2020

12,500 trees to be planted in Kinabatangan rainforest under Cardiff University’s Regrow Borneo scheme

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New study shows iconic golden eagle was once common throughout Wales

30 June 2020

Cardiff University research is part of project to bring eagle species back to parts of Welsh landscape

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Frailty is as important as age or underlying health issues in Covid-19 death risk, study finds

29 June 2020

Study of more than 1,500 hospital patients suggests increasing frailty means higher risk of death

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Socially-distanced archaeological dig brings community together

29 June 2020

Call for budding archaeologists to take part in garden excavations

Tamika Hull

Cardiff student wins Women in Property Awards

25 June 2020

Planner takes regional accolade

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Economic impact of Covid-19 compounding existing inequalities in Wales, report finds

25 June 2020

Certain groups of workers being disproportionately affected by pandemic

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Complete University Guide 2021

25 June 2020

University remains number one in Wales

Emma Renold

New tools to help teachers support students during Covid-19 and beyond

24 June 2020

Schools drawing on academic’s research to help them listen to young people

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How are people with OCD coping during the Covid-19 pandemic?

24 June 2020

Cardiff University lecturer launches project to investigate impact on people with obsessive-compulsive disorder

Professor Diana Huffaker

Sêr Cymru Chair joins University of Texas

24 June 2020

New role for Professor Diana Huffaker

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Cardiff student at the centre of LIGO’s mysterious new discovery

22 June 2020

PhD student Charlie Hoy plays key role in record-breaking discovery that points to either the lightest black hole or heaviest neutron star ever detected

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Alpacr closes £160k seed round

22 June 2020

Success for social network start-up

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Pilot project could provide early warning system for new Covid-19 outbreaks

18 June 2020

Welsh Government announces funding for project to monitor virus spread in wastewater

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Training public sector data experts

16 June 2020

University launches professional development programme in partnership with the Office for National Statistics

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Project to tackle loneliness among young people during coronavirus pandemic

11 June 2020

Cardiff University student hopes to ‘tackle big issue no-one is talking about’

Mental health

New research project aims to help shape post-Covid mental health support in Wales

11 June 2020

Researchers from Cardiff and Swansea universities behind country-wide study

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Effective communication between politicians and constituents vital for sustained political participation, experts say

11 June 2020

Covid-19 crisis means greater engagement between MPs and the public is needed, they add

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NHS staff tackling Covid-19 try out virtual reality to help reduce stress and anxiety

10 June 2020

Researchers and clinicians hope pioneering use of VR use can be rolled out across UK

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Children’s story about Covid-19 translated into Welsh

10 June 2020

Families explore the pandemic’s impact through literature

Ocean floor

New discovery could highlight areas where earthquakes are less likely to occur

2 June 2020

Scientists identify specific conditions that cause tectonic plates to slowly creep underneath one another rather than generate potentially catastrophic earthquakes

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Younger people and users of niche social media platforms are more likely to share Covid-19 disinformation, says study

1 June 2020

Fake news is having an impact on trust in science and experts, data suggests

CS Connect chip

Cardiff-led consortium wins £44m bid to develop CS chip cluster

1 June 2020

UKRI funding will build CS powerhouse in South Wales

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Cardiff achieves ‘Champion’ status for gender equality in physics

27 May 2020

School of Physics and Astronomy becomes first in Wales to be awarded Juno Champion status by Institute of Physics