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Appetite for homeworking has increased since start of pandemic, report shows

10 March 2021

Flexible working set to stay but more research needed to understand its implications, it concludes

Richard Wyn Jones

‘Devolution anxiety’ among English voters driving change in British politics, academics conclude

10 March 2021

Future of England Survey has followed public opinion for a decade.

Controversy around fracking has hit public trust in new climate technologies, study suggests

8 March 2021

Cardiff University research gauged public opinion on crucial new technologies to tackle climate change

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Scientists find strongest evidence yet of ‘migration gene’

3 March 2021

Researchers combined satellite tracking and genome sequencing to pinpoint specific gene

Cardiff physicist picks up prestigious international award

2 March 2021

Dr Cosimo Inserra wins the MERAC Prize for the Best Early Career Researcher in Observational Astrophysics.

Study reveals impact of lockdown on violence in Welsh capital

2 March 2021

Emergency department data shows ‘large reduction’ in violent injury during lockdown – but no change in violence in the home

Nearly half of people with potential cancer symptoms in first wave of pandemic did not contact GP, study finds

25 February 2021

New research highlights impact of COVID-19 pandemic on UK public attitudes to cancer

COVID-19 infection in pregnancy not linked with stillbirth or baby death, study finds

23 February 2021

Cardiff University built global registry of those affected by COVID in pregnancy

Dayne Beccano

‘More visibility is one of many important steps to improve lack of diversity'

23 February 2021

Cardiff-born neuroscientist Dr Dayne Beccano-Kelly takes up his role as leader of a team at the cutting edge of Parkinson’s Disease research at the UK Dementia Research Institute’s centre at Cardiff University this month. Here, he discusses his research – and how he hopes to inspire the next generation of black leaders in science…

Recognition, belief and an emotional response to disinformation are key factors in it being shared on social media, report finds

23 February 2021

Researchers constructed ‘communist killer dolphin’ news story to test readers’ reactions