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Cardiff Physicists represent Wales in prestigious debating competition

11 November 2016

Kyle and Jonathan will compete in Oxford this weekend.

The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility

Paving the way for more efficient solar cell devices

7 November 2016

Cardiff researchers have teamed up with UK and international partners to work on new solar power techniques.

Left-to-Right: Chris North, David Mackie, Haley Gomez and Jonathan Dobbs.

Astronomy inspires public park art

28 October 2016

Cardiff academics were guests of honour at the unveiling of 'Constellations' at Channel Heights Housing Development.

Latest NSS reports high student satisfaction

16 August 2016

National Student Survey shows student satisfaction at 96% for second year in a row.

Graduate Profile: Mike Green

11 August 2016

MPhys graduate Mike shares his experience.

Antikythera Mechanism (Copyright required)

Research sheds light on ancient device

2 August 2016

A researcher from the School of Physics and Astronomy is at the centre of a project shedding new light on the Antikythera Mechanism, a 2000 year old artefact which is believed to be the world’s oldest computer

Universe becoming cleaner as cosmic dust is mopped up by stars

6 July 2016

Brand new images from the Herschel Space Observatory give unprecedented insight into the lives of stars and galaxies.

Black Hole chart

Black hole signals mark 'true beginning' of gravitational wave astronomy

15 June 2016

A billion-year-old wave activity has been detected.

Gravitational waves

Astronomers detect new gravitational wave

15 June 2016

LIGO scientists detect “fantastically weak” gravitational wave signal from the merging of two black holes

Artist's impression of intergalactic rain

Feeding black holes

10 June 2016

Researchers first to witness a supermassive black hole preparing for a "chaotic" feast at the centre of a distant galaxy.