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“Super-sharers” responsible for a disproportionate amount of Covid-19 disinformation on social media, study suggests

30 September 2020

Fake news risks having a negative impact on trust in scientists and experts, report concludes

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Air pollution leads to increase in electricity usage, study suggests

24 September 2020

Scientists say unclean air triggers change in behaviour that drives people indoors to use more electricity

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Pilot scheme to help children affected by trauma a success, says report

24 September 2020

Support for children in their early years could prevent them from becoming victims of abuse later in life, research shows

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Smoking and obesity increase risk of severe Covid-19 and sepsis, new study suggests

24 September 2020

Cardiff University among large-scale collaboration of scientists from UK, Norway and USA

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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

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Hints of life on Venus

14 September 2020

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

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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