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More than one in five people ‘less likely to attend cancer screening post-pandemic’

16 July 2021

Cardiff University-led survey looked in detail at impact of COVID-19 on attitudes to screening

Share of people in Wales experiencing severe mental health issues more than doubled during pandemic, report finds

16 July 2021

“Significant resources” will be required for support services

Autistic people experience barriers to ‘going green’

14 July 2021

Research suggests greater support is needed for autistic people to take climate action

Seafarers draw on vital support from port chaplains, research finds

9 July 2021

New film shares study on faith and welfare of seafarers working on cargo ships

Major new project to research chronic pain

30 June 2021

Researchers from Cardiff University are part of new four-year project worth £3.8m

Scan showing prostate cancer which has spread to the spine. Credit: Dr Tom Rackley, consultant clinical oncologist at Velindre Cancer Centre

Researchers to investigate new drug to stop incurable prostate cancer spread

30 June 2021

Cardiff University receives funding to explore ‘urgent need’ for advanced prostate cancer therapy

Black hole and neutron star merger detected for first time

29 June 2021

Cardiff University scientists help to identify brand new source of gravitational waves around a billion light-years from Earth

New £2.8m research project to explore mental health outcomes for young people in care

28 June 2021

Researchers from Cardiff University will work in collaboration with Oxford, Bath and Bristol

Scientists launch trial to test whether brain training could help people lose weight

28 June 2021

Cardiff University brain experts want thousands of volunteers to trial new ap

Listening to children and young people key to relationships and sexuality education, says expert

24 June 2021

All-Wales conference will prepare practitioners for new curriculum