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Meet just a few of the people who are working on projects with real impact.
A partnership with Panalpina gave Nicole Ayiomamitou the chance to develop an innovative forecasting tool.
Dr Gail Boniface explains how engaging with Occupational Therapy practitioners has been crucial for her career progression and improved the quality of her research.
Dr Jenna Bowen and her business partners set up Cotton Mouton Diagnostics Ltd, which exploits magnetism to detect disease markers.
Professor Molly Courtenay explains the value of working with industry.
Professor Rachel Errington talks about her efforts to translate research into improved cancer treatment.
A unique career in wound healing has taken Professor Keith Harding to the forefront of clinical innovation.
Watching patients queue on a hospital ward opened Professor Paul Harper’s eyes to solving problems with numbers.
A scientific breakthrough by Professor Graham Hutchings changed his life forever.
Professor Arwyn Tomos Jones explains the value of taking his work to the Welsh public.
Dr Jenny Kidd's research has led to creative collaborations with digital media.
Professor Jenny Kitzinger’s work examines the treatment of patients with catastrophic brain injuries.
Dr Dawn Mannay explains how creative engagement allowed her research findings to make a bigger impact.
Working across sectors has helped Professor Christopher Marshall to make real impact with his work in nuclear medicine.
Professor Simon Moore brought together industry, academia, police, Welsh Government and councils to cut crime on the streets.
Dr Jacqui Mulville explains how public engagement creates wide-raging benefits for her work in archaeology.
Professor Simon Murphy has established networks for innovations in public health improvement.
George Pearce, Managing Director of IAMP Media, explains how being a Cardiff University graduate was instrumental in his success.
A phone call from a charity for homeless young people lead to a collaboration with Dr Katherine Shelton.
Professor Ian Weeks' diagnostic innovation improved patient care, made a global impact and launched successful businesses.
Dr David Wyatt illustrates how universities make a difference to local communities and improve the lives of young people.
Dr Emma Yhnell has taken her research on Huntington's disease to new audiences.
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