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Edible insects and plant-based proteins to be the subject of classroom debates

26 May 2022

Children will give their views on climate change and the future of food

Muslim Council of Britain leader visits prestigious research centre

26 May 2022

New Secretary General welcomed at the Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK

Grangetown community celebrates launch of the Grange Pavilion

25 May 2022

Day of celebration marks the completion of a £1.8m transformation of a derelict bowls pavilion into a thriving hub of community activity.

Funding for Wales Data Nation Accelerator projects

23 May 2022

Welsh Government backs data science research and innovation

Scientists create new method to kill cyberattacks in less than a second

19 May 2022

Artificial intelligence that can detect and kill malware on the fly could help protect laptops, computers and smart devices in our homes.

Understanding Muslim Mental Health

16 May 2022

Training for professionals aimed at increasing awareness of the challenges facing Muslim communities

Supporting students’ mental health

13 May 2022

NHS Mental Health University Liaison Service pilot launched

Double award success for Grange Pavilion

13 May 2022

‘Extraordinary’ Grange Pavilion picks up two Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) awards for bringing meaningful change to the Grangetown community.

REF 2021 – Research that matters

12 May 2022

90% of Cardiff University research confirmed as world-leading or internationally excellent

Real Living Wage milestone as 10,000 employers are accredited

11 May 2022

Cardiff University research has been tracking its impact for nearly a decade

£9.5m for Cardiff-led Cyber Innovation Hub

10 May 2022

Welsh Government & CCR fund to grow cluster

European farmland could be biggest global reservoir of microplastics, study suggests

6 May 2022

Up to 42,000 tonnes of microplastics are applied across European agricultural soils each year as a result of sewage sludge fertiliser.

Greener route to widely used industrial material

5 May 2022

Scientists develop new in-situ method of creating cyclohexanone oxime, representing a potential ‘sea change’ in industrial processes.

Professor Hannah Fry lecture marks the opening of Abacws

28 April 2022

Mathematician and TV presenter talks about the joy of data at event to mark the opening of Cardiff University’s new state-of-the-art building.

How young people learn about relationships and sexuality subject of new research project

26 April 2022

Data being gathered in collaboration with the NSPC

A&E

Serious violence peaked after COVID-19 restrictions eased – report

26 April 2022

New data shows 23% rise between 2020 and 2021 – the biggest jump since records began in 2001

Scientists reveal make-up of SARS-CoV-2 outer envelope for first time

22 April 2022

Cardiff University study suggests little-understood lipid envelope could be antiviral target in the mouth

Cardiff joins Quantum Photonics project

19 April 2022

University to develop testing software

Cardiff joins offshore renewable energy project

13 April 2022

The University will participate in ORE Catapult’s Welsh Centre of Excellence to support the growth of the Welsh offshore renewable energy sector.

Cardiff award for being ‘trailblazers in their field’

11 April 2022

Low Carbon Built Environment Team receive St David Award for their work reducing carbon emissions and energy bills.

Biggest study of its kind implicates specific genes in schizophrenia

6 April 2022

Scientists analysed DNA from more than 300,000 people with and without the psychiatric disorder

Cardiff University academic chosen for New Generation Thinkers scheme

5 April 2022

Career changing opportunity for ten researchers with big ideas

Mental health support scheme for NHS workers extended to social care staff in Wales

5 April 2022

Cardiff University-led Health for Health Professionals Wales scheme rebranded as Canopi

Landmark study reveals 42 new genes associated with increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease

4 April 2022

Largest study of its kind could reveal new avenues for therapeutic intervention