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15 April 2016
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31 March 2016
Cardiff experts inspire the next generation of scientists at Science Alive 2016.
14 March 2016
Dr Matthew Smith will attend the prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in June 2016.
11 March 2016
Findings published on the measurement of the force between magnetic monopoles.
7 March 2016
Creation of first practical silicon-based laser has the potential to transform communications, healthcare and energy systems
22 February 2016
University scientists play crucial role in securing new gravitational wave detector for India
11 February 2016
University scientists open a new window into the Universe as gravitational waves are detected for the first time
10 February 2016
The School of Physics and Astronomy has been awarded Juno Practitioner status by the Institute of Physics’
7 January 2016
The Chancellor George Osborne announces £50m for new Cardiff innovation centre.
9 November 2015
University researcher picks up inaugural communication award for engaging the public with astrophysics
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We are proud to hold the Athena SWAN silver Award by Advanced HR as well as Champion status for Project Juno, Institute of Physics