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Covid-19 - Cardiff wins £1m for Sêr Cymru research

12 January 2021

Fourteen novel projects tackle challenges

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Welsh ‘wellness’ tea arrives in lockdown

8 January 2021

Welsh Brew and Cardiff create green tea

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COVID-19 genome sequencing project gets major upgrade

8 January 2021

Cardiff University-led supercomputing project receives fresh funding to go global

Professor Anthony Campbell and Professor Barbara Chadwick

New Year’s Honours

8 January 2021

Members of the University community have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List.

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ActiveQuote and Cardiff join forces

6 January 2021

KTP drives insurer’s sales boost

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Clinical criteria for diagnosing autism inadequate for people with genetic conditions, research suggests

4 January 2021

More than half of individuals with one of four genetic conditions had significant autistic symptoms, despite not qualifying for formal diagnosis

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‘Living reviews’ launched by Cardiff and Oxford in wake of COVID-19 research

18 December 2020

New review format will summarise key scientific literature around the virus

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Partnership for Better Public Services

18 December 2020

University, Y Lab and Cardiff Capital Region join forces

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End of Brexit transition period marks “period of significant disruption” for Welsh economy

17 December 2020

Report highlights need for financial and logistical assistance

Sophie Watson

‘There’s this whole unknown and hidden world inside all of us – and it can tell us so much’

16 December 2020

Meet the Cardiff University PhD student who unlocks the strange secrets deep inside Arctic animals

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Key type of immune cell ‘self-renews’ in humans, new study finds

16 December 2020

Cardiff University-led research overturns thinking that a certain type of memory T-cell has reached the end of its lifespan

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Cardiff elects Innovation Fellows

15 December 2020

Three appointments from medicine and data science

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What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain?

14 December 2020

Free teaching resources explore what Islam means for people today

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Repelling pests with Nature’s chemicals

11 December 2020

A team of Cardiff University scientists are developing novel pesticides based on naturally occurring insect repellents to help protect crops around the world

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New study to evaluate antibiotic use in COVID-19 hospital patients

11 December 2020

Data indicates antibiotics are being ‘unnecessarily’ prescribed in patients with the virus

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Cardiff academic wins GCHQ Fellowship

10 December 2020

Researcher to work on National Security

Professor Mike Levi

International recognition for academic’s research into organised crime

10 December 2020

Professor Michael Levi at the forefront of policy developments fighting corruption

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Social media messages help reduce meat consumption

9 December 2020

New study shows success of direct messages sent via Facebook chat on reducing the amount of red and processed meat in our diets

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Diversity in the UK’s media industry under the spotlight

8 December 2020

Academics and industry professionals investigate how the media represents the population it serves

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Scientists reveal genetic map of the human face

7 December 2020

‘Exciting findings’ will improve understanding of facial development

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Reusing face masks: are microwaves the answer?

4 December 2020

Novel approaches could allow respirators and surgical masks to be reused when stocks are low, drastically improving the amount of resources available to healthcare workers

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SPARK joins £2m International Public Policy Observatory

3 December 2020

Collective shapes society after COVID-19

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Scientists peer into the 3D structure of the Milky Way

3 December 2020

Survey of the sky pushes the boundaries of what we know about the structure of our galaxy

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Small and large birth weight linked to genetics of mother and baby – except in tiniest babies, study suggests

2 December 2020

New research by Cardiff University and the University of Exeter suggests genetics is ‘key’ to birth weight of newborn babies

Professor Sir John Meurig Thomas FRS

Professor Sir John Meurig Thomas FRS (1932 – 2020)

2 December 2020

We regret to announce the death of Professor Sir John Meurig Thomas FRS, who was Honorary Distinguished Professor in the School of Chemistry at Cardiff University since 2005.