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Compound Semiconductor Centre sensor

CSC develops sensors for micro-defects

17 September 2020

Two new projects for Cardiff partnership

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Less than half of Welsh prisoners return to settled accommodation on release, report says

16 September 2020

Academic calls for urgent debate about prisoner homelessness in Wales

Synthesized false colour image of Venus, using 283-nm and 365-nm band images taken by the Venus Ultraviolet Imager (UVI)

Hints of life on Venus

14 September 2020

International team of astronomers, led by Cardiff University discovers rare molecule in the clouds of Venus

Homeless man asleep on the floor

Study aims to reduce risk of Covid-19 to people experiencing homelessness

8 September 2020

Trial to evaluate the effectiveness of local authority responses to homelessness following Covid-19

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Genetic study points to cells responsible for Parkinson’s disease

21 August 2020

Results could be key to developing new treatments, researchers say

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Britons hope to keep sustainable habits beyond Covid-19 lockdown, research suggests

12 August 2020

Cardiff University-led surveys also suggest climate concern has increased during the pandemic

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New funding to unlock the power of ammonia

7 August 2020

Cardiff University secures nearly £3m to scale up state-of-the-art technology that harnesses power from ammonia

Roberta Sonnino

Food security the focus for major innovation project

6 August 2020

Overhaul of food system “urgently needed”, experts say

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Wales has the lowest proportion of jobs in the UK that could be done from home, study finds

5 August 2020

Pandemic exacerbating economic inequalities, researchers say

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New app to implement social distancing on public transport

4 August 2020

Cardiff University students develop new tool to space people out on trains and buses whilst at the same time tracking CO2 emissions