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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

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Cardiff University research-led project aims to produce ‘shared vision’ on UK's net zero pledge

9 November 2020

Project will seek to identify steps to deliver target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050

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Climate scientists fly more than other researchers, first global study suggests

19 October 2020

Cardiff University research also suggests climate researchers do more to offset their flying

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New report reveals lack of mental health support for skin disease patients

5 October 2020

Cardiff University expert says report recommendations aim to address ‘woeful’ provision

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Doll play activates brain regions associated with empathy and social skills - new study

1 October 2020

Cardiff University researchers are first to use neuroimaging to explore impact of doll play in children

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People with hidden medical conditions create drawings to document the impact of lockdown

27 August 2020

Artwork captures “sense of isolation and longing for human contact”

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‘Outstanding’ adoption services partnership

17 August 2020

University and third sector team receives highest grade from Innovate UK

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Britons hope to keep sustainable habits beyond Covid-19 lockdown, research suggests

12 August 2020

Cardiff University-led surveys also suggest climate concern has increased during the pandemic

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‘Climate urgency’ may dampen public acceptance of carbon dioxide removal technologies

28 July 2020

Researchers have conducted a pioneering study to gauge public acceptance on the use of carbon dioxide removal technologies to tackle climate change.

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You can see it in their eyes: Traumatic experiences leave mark on pupils, new study finds

17 July 2020

Cardiff University study finds pupils of people with PTSD respond differently to emotional images