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Gang of black holes spotted at centre of star cluster

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.

Black hole and neutron star merger detected for first time

29 June 2021

Cardiff University scientists help to identify brand new source of gravitational waves around a billion light-years from Earth

Cardiff astronomers join Twinkle space mission

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

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Students speak up to praise excellence in teaching

3 June 2021

Physics staff recognised for excellence in teaching via the Enriching Student Life Awards

Breakthrough in 3D magnetic nanostructures could transform modern-day computing

28 May 2021

Cardiff University scientists create first ever three-dimensional replica of ‘spin-ice’ material

Cardiff academic named President of the Royal Astronomical Society

25 May 2021

Professor Mike Edmunds to lead the prestigious 200-year-old organisation

Carl Wieman

Cardiff attracts Nobel laureate for inspiring lecture on how to teach science

21 May 2021

Professor Carl Wieman of Stanford University delivers enlightening insight to innovate education

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Student-driven program gives valuable insight to charities

17 May 2021

PhD students help charities to discover advanced data capabilities

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PhD Students recognised for excellence in teaching and learning support

13 May 2021

First PhD students to achieve the status of ‘Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy’ (AFHEA)

Bernard Schutz

Fellowship for pioneer of gravitational wave astronomy

10 May 2021

Professor Bernard Schutz is made a Fellow of the Royal Society.