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‘Key player’ identified in genetic link to psychiatric conditions

21 August 2019

New research increases understanding of brain changes in schizophrenia and autism

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Cardiff University historian contributes to new Second World War Museum in Paris

20 August 2019

Academic’s research making an impact in France

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Cardiff partners £1.3m CS project

19 August 2019

A Cardiff University venture to develop Compound Semiconductors (CS) is partnering with a £1.3m Welsh Government funded project to innovate new CS technologies.

Dr Jaclyn Granick

New focus on Modern Jewish History

15 August 2019

Leading academic’s appointment part of drive to enhance school’s research-led teaching

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University professor appointed Deputy Chair of Natural Resources Wales

12 August 2019

Welsh Government appoint Professor Steve Ormerod to prestigious new role

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Children at risk of sexual exploitation need better support, report concludes

9 August 2019

Research uncovers ‘troubling’ picture of the care system

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Groundwater resources in Africa resilient to climate change

8 August 2019

Groundwater – a vital source of water for drinking and irrigation across sub-Saharan Africa – is resilient to climate variability and change, according to a new study led by Cardiff University and UCL.

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Scientists uncover deep-rooted plumbing system beneath ocean volcanoes

8 August 2019

New study reveals that magma chambers sit at least 16 km beneath the Earth’s surface

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Self-harm incidents in Welsh prisons reach new high

7 August 2019

Academic calls for all Wales-only data to be freely available

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Gut changes in polar bears linked to retreat of Arctic sea ice

6 August 2019

Habitat loss could have negative implications for long-term health of polar bears

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New technology to monitor anti-Polish hate online

6 August 2019

Academics using cutting-edge algorithms to monitor trends

Rob Wilson and Richard Lewis

National recognition for ‘outstanding’ Cardiff lecturers

5 August 2019

Achievements of Dr Richard Lewis and Dr Robert Wilson recognised with National Teaching Fellowship

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Fans urged to support cancer research

2 August 2019

Collection ahead of Manchester United v AC Milan match in Cardiff

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New research could explain why babies born during winter are at higher risk of developing mental health disorders

2 August 2019

Winter and autumn babies are exposed to higher levels of maternal stress hormone

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Sheen meets graduating refugees and asylum seekers

1 August 2019

‘What’s meaningful for me is knowing that you can all now help so many other people’

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Very little public support for relaxing rules and regulations around fracking

1 August 2019

Gulf between UK fracking industry and public opinion laid bare as less than 1 in 10 people say regulation of shale gas extraction is too strict

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Language project approaches target

31 July 2019

Major resource for Welsh speakers and learners demonstrated at National Eisteddfod

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Toxic chemicals hindering the recovery of Britain’s rivers

31 July 2019

Welsh rivers in urban locations still have damaged food chains and fewer species of invertebrates in comparison to rural rivers

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Children in care can recover from adversity with the right adoptive environment, research finds

31 July 2019

‘Warm parenting’ can minimise negative impact of pre-adoption adversity

Elen Davies and Liam Ketcher

Pair return to support digital news service

29 July 2019

Llais y Maes ‘graduates’ back at National Eisteddfod as media professionals

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Young learners’ taste of university life

29 July 2019

‘Great experience’ for teenagers at Sutton Trust summer schools

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New report analyses £13.7 billion deficit in Wales’ public finances

29 July 2019

Austerity cuts have reduced spending and deficit significantly, experts say

Silverstone win for Cardiff engineering student

Silverstone win for Cardiff engineering student

26 July 2019

Santander UK ambassador Jenson Button presents Eva Roke with a place on prestigious engineering programme

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Superbugs: A Pop-Up Science Shop (29th July – 11th August)

26 July 2019

Drop into our interactive lab at St David’s 2 this summer to swab your microbes and learn about superbugs

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EU backing for world-class magnetics research

24 July 2019

MAGMA to develop magnetic alloys