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21 July 2023
Professor Nick Pidgeon awarded prestigious Fellowship
5 July 2023
Research finds that younger people experience more fear, guilt and outrage over the impact of climate change.
18 April 2023
First of its kind research-based guide helps educators use sensory rooms for autistic children
13 December 2022
The Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC) hosted esteemed neuroscientists and physicist, Professor Robert Turner.
22 November 2022
CAST’s annual attitude survey reveals that public concern about climate change is growing, despite cost-of-living pressures
18 November 2022
A new study led by PhD student, Georgina Wren, has identified a genetic mechanism associated with heart rhythm abnormalities that can lead to heart failure, blood clots and brain-related complications including stroke and dementia.
13 October 2022
Researchers from the School of Psychology have developed a Progressives Values Scale to distinguish progressive from traditional liberal views in the political Left.
10 October 2022
Airbus Centre boosts growing cluster of expertise
21 July 2022
Cardiff University’s Naomi Lea graduates with First this week and is named in Queen’s Honours list
30 June 2022
Report suggests public support new policies around food and travel – but backing is ‘fragile’
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