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Child using sensory room in School of Psychology

Improving learning and wellbeing for autistic children

18 April 2023

First of its kind research-based guide helps educators use sensory rooms for autistic children

Teenage girl sat on sofa

Research into young people’s mental health hopes to stop children ‘falling through the gap’

17 April 2023

Dr Hayley Reed is investigating how adolescent mental health could be better supported in schools

Student completing kick-sampling in a river

River pollution recovery slowdown

14 April 2023

The health of English and Welsh rivers has improved over the last 30 years – but their recovery may be slowing.

Hand poked on a row of wooden dominoes, with the words

Blood differences in long Covid patients

5 April 2023

New research finds differences in immune responses in patients with long Covid

Two rows of people wearing lab coats are photographed in a laboratory in Cardiff University’s Translation Research Hub

Launch of new centre showcases innovations in catalysis research

29 March 2023

UK-EU science partnership aims to meet net zero challenge with new catalysts

Professor Roger Whitaker, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Enterprise at Cardiff University outside the Royal Institution 

Global focus for Cardiff University’s innovation and research institutes

23 March 2023

Cardiff University has launched five innovation and research institutes dedicated to tackling some of the biggest challenges facing our world.

Drone image of a degraded forest in Malaysian Borneo

Recovering tropical forests offset just one quarter of carbon emissions from new tropical deforestation and forest degradation, study finds

22 March 2023

Scientists use satellite data in first pan-tropical estimates of carbon stock recovery across Amazon, Central Africa and Borneo

A woman reads a book using a magnifying glass

Slavery and its links to the history of Wales focus of research project and personal journey for academic

15 March 2023

Penrhyn castle and estate in North Wales built its wealth from Jamaican plantations

Women’s health at risk from reluctance to prescribe medicine during pregnancy

1 March 2023

Researchers say overly cautious approach to prescribing during pregnancy is risking women’s health and emotional well-being.

Professor Simon Ward

Clinical trial launches for new schizophrenia drug

27 February 2023

Medicines Discovery Institute pioneers new therapy