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Highest honour from Royal Society of Chemistry for Cardiff researcher

17 May 2024

Professor Sir Richard Catlow named among Society’s honorary fellows for 2024

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Pagan-Christian trade networks supplied horses from overseas for the last horse sacrifices in Europe

17 May 2024

Evidence demonstrates burst of human and animal mobility

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Scientists brew killer bee beer

16 May 2024

Scientists use extracts from killer bees to brew beer

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Long reads

Improving dementia communication

Professor Alison Wray’s work on how the social and emotional impact of dementia affects communication is helping people with dementia, their families, and professional carers to navigate the communication challenges they face.

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Informing Muslims about organ donation

Dr Mansur Ali is helping fellow Muslims explore their faith’s stance on these life-saving procedures.

Pioneering new ways of tackling bacterial contamination

Our research has helped to reduce contamination risk in industry on a global scale.

Protecting communities and preserving environments

Working alongside mining companies all over the world, Professor Wolfgang Maier has helped to prevent the relocation of local communities and protect culturally sensitive land, all whilst providing enormous cost savings.

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Taking physics to the masses

Our research has helped transform perceptions, teaching practice and public awareness of astronomy.

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The beauty of your brain and how to see it

“Your existence, your personality, everything you do, everything you think, everything you’ve done—it’s all there in that few litres of stuff.”

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Turning the tide on plastic pollution

How plastic gets to the sea, and what we can do to stop it.

Understanding postpartum psychosis

Mothers at risk of developing this severe psychiatric disorder are being better supported due to the work of Professor Ian Jones and his team.

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