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Gardens and green space linked to better mental health during pandemic, study shows

16 April 2021

People with private gardens or living close to a public park reported better health outcomes during the first lockdown.

The six-metre immersive igloo dome in the simulation lab.

Simulation lab launched enabling research into human-machine interaction

7 April 2021

The simulation lab at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Human-Machine Systems (IROHMS) has been officially launched as part of a virtual event.

Sleep study discovery could hold key to tackling PTSD and other anxiety disorders

25 March 2021

Cardiff University experts are researching ways to use sleep to reduce emotion around bad memories

Controversy around fracking has hit public trust in new climate technologies, study suggests

8 March 2021

Cardiff University research gauged public opinion on crucial new technologies to tackle climate change

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Women better at reading minds than men – new study

12 February 2021

Psychologists develop first ‘mind-reading questionnaire’ to assess how well people understand what others are really thinking

Amy Murray

Cardiff University student gets first author on research paper – before she’s even finished her first degree

4 February 2021

Neurosciences student was inspired into brain research after struggling with depression as a teenager

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Pioneering research-based app aims to support people not able to have the children they wish for

26 January 2021

Cardiff University researchers hope self-help app will offer crucial support during COVID-19 pandemic

Hermione Hyde

Clinical criteria for diagnosing autism inadequate for people with genetic conditions, research suggests

4 January 2021

More than half of individuals with one of four genetic conditions had significant autistic symptoms, despite not qualifying for formal diagnosis

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Social media messages help reduce meat consumption

9 December 2020

New study shows success of direct messages sent via Facebook chat on reducing the amount of red and processed meat in our diets

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New survey reveals toll of COVID-19 on mental health in Wales

11 November 2020

Joint research by Cardiff and Swansea Universities suggests large decrease in mental wellbeing from pre-pandemic-levels