in the heart of athriving capital city
of our graduates were in employment and/or further study, due to start a new job or course, or doing other activities, such as travelling.
we are truly a globaluniversity
invested in our biggestcampus upgrade for ageneration
Working to make
a better future
for Wales and the world
at the heart of everything we do
14 July 2020
Astronomers zoom in on black hole with one of the lowest masses ever observed in nearby “ghost” galaxy
2 July 2020
New role for Professor Diana Huffaker
26 June 2020
UKRI funding will build CS powerhouse in South Wales
22 June 2020
PhD student Charlie Hoy plays key role in record-breaking discovery that points to either the lightest black hole or heaviest neutron star ever detected
27 May 2020
School of Physics and Astronomy becomes first in Wales to be awarded Juno Champion status by Institute of Physics
10 March 2020
Professor Hartmut Grote has published a new book about the detection of gravitational waves which is aimed at students and the general public.
9 January 2020
Cardiff University researchers detect gravitational waves emanating from the merger of two neutron stars in a distant galaxy
19 November 2019
Astronomers uncover the relic at the heart of Supernova 1987A that has been hidden for over 30 years
4 November 2019
New observations using state-of-the-art techniques could help to build better electronics in smartphones, GPS and satellites
31 October 2019
Partnership forges brighter future
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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