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Novel insight into chromosome 21 and its effect on Down syndrome

31 January 2020

Cardiff University researchers observed three gene groups with importance for memory function

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MSc Psychology conversion course launched

9 January 2020

The School of Psychology has launched an innovative Master’s course that enables people to pursue a career in psychology after completing an unrelated undergraduate degree.

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‘Depression in pregnancy alters male infant behaviour - but mothers don’t notice’

6 December 2019

New study suggests mothers with emotional issues do not recognise their sons’ difficulties, leading to delays in support

Lorraine Whitmarsh

Cardiff University academic to take lead role in citizens’ assembly on climate change

25 November 2019

Climate Assembly UK will work on ways to cut carbon emissions

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Virtual MRI scan for pupils

21 October 2019

University offers VR scan as part of ‘Brain Box’ resource for teachers

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Tone of voice crucial in conversations with teenagers

27 September 2019

New study showed adolescents were less likely to want to engage with schoolwork when mothers spoke with a pressurising tone

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Two-thirds of people support limiting air travel to tackle climate change

18 September 2019

Urgency of climate change is now recognised amongst public, according to a survey from brand new £5m social transformation research centre

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Researchers to investigate solitude and the physics of the Universe

4 September 2019

Two projects from Cardiff University win major funding totalling €3.38m

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‘Key player’ identified in genetic link to psychiatric conditions

21 August 2019

New research increases understanding of brain changes in schizophrenia and autism

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Very little public support for relaxing rules and regulations around fracking

1 August 2019

Gulf between UK fracking industry and public opinion laid bare as less than 1 in 10 people say regulation of shale gas extraction is too strict