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Left: three colour composite image of SDC13; Right: Brand new, high resolution map of SDC13.

First look at the gravitational dance that drives stellar formation

6 July 2017

A postgraduate from the School of Physics and Astronomy will present her research at the National Astronomy Meeting.

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STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellowships: Internal Deadline 10th August 2017

5 July 2017

The internal deadline for the Ernest Rutherford Fellowships is 10th August.

Simulation of two black holes merging

Listening to Einstein’s Universe at the Royal Society exhibition

4 July 2017

Members of the public are set to receive an insight into the School of Physics and Astronomy's world-leading research.

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Cardiff science on show at annual Royal Society exhibition

4 July 2017

Thousands of members of the public set for a unique insight into Cardiff University’s cutting-edge research

Wendy Sadler

Cardiff academics pick up prestigious physics awards

3 July 2017

Dr Jane Greaves and Wendy Sadler MBE recognised for their outstanding contribution to physics research and engagement

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Cluster open for business

3 July 2017

Introducing CS Connected – the world’s first compound semiconductor cluster.

Dr Wendy Sadler

Engagement champion receives recognition in Queen’s Birthday Honours

29 June 2017

Dr Wendy Sadler has been recognised for services to science, engineering communication and engagement.

Professor Malcom Mason

Queen’s Birthday Honours

22 June 2017

University community recognised for outstanding contribution

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Gravitational waves provide clues to how black holes are born

1 June 2017

Cardiff University researchers help international team observe giant pair of spinning black holes over three billion light years away

Some of the award winners at the Chaos Ball.

Student role models recognised for their contribution to outreach and admissions

17 May 2017

Awards were presented to students and staff at this year's Chaos Ball.