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Research within the School is conducted by six specialist groups.
We study a range of topics in galactic and extragalactic astronomy and cosmology.
The Astronomy Instrumentation Group are developing world leading enabling technology and translating it into far infra-red space instruments.
This is one of our newest research groups, benefiting from the state-of-the-art facilities at Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC).
We are active over a range of topics in condensed matter and photonics, from theory and experiment to application and exploitation and providing training for the next generation.
Cardiff Gravity Exploration Institute is engaged in research on black holes and gravitational waves, and was heavily involved in the first direct detection of gravitational waves.
The Physics Education Research Group conducts pedagogical research into physics education in collaboration with other United Kingdom higher education institutions and international collaboration partners.
We study all aspects of the universe and the objects within it from the period of Inflation - seconds after the Big Bang to the objects in our own planetary system.
We are at the forefront of today’s most exciting scientific discoveries, providing an inspiring place to work and study.
School of Physics and Astronomy, Cardiff University, Queen's Building, The Parade, Cardiff, Wales, UK, CF24 3AA
Our commitment to women in physics has resulted in us being awarded Champion status by the Institute of Physics, Project Juno