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16 July 2021
With a heavy heart, but great fondness, all of us here mourn the death of our friend Phil Buckle
15 July 2021
Wendy Sadler delivers presentation as part of '7th IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics'
5 July 2021
Scientists say surprising new finding could explain the mass evacuation of stars in a tidal stream which, up until now, has remained a mystery.
29 June 2021
Cardiff University scientists help to identify brand new source of gravitational waves around a billion light-years from Earth
10 June 2021
Academics from the School of Physics and Astronomy are taking part in a pioneering space telescope project to understand more about planets beyond our Solar System
3 June 2021
Physics staff recognised for excellence in teaching via the Enriching Student Life Awards
28 May 2021
Cardiff University scientists create first ever three-dimensional replica of ‘spin-ice’ material
25 May 2021
Professor Mike Edmunds to lead the prestigious 200-year-old organisation
21 May 2021
Professor Carl Wieman of Stanford University delivers enlightening insight to innovate education
17 May 2021
PhD students help charities to discover advanced data capabilities
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