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Risk of “dirty” turkey after Brexit if UK strikes a US trade deal

18 December 2017

Research finds US poultry does not meet EU safety standards and warns shoppers would be safer if UK kept European standards


Professor Terry Marsden runner up in Newton Prize

4 December 2017

The Systems Thinking and Place-Based Methods for Healthier Malaysian Cities project (SCHEMA) was a runner-up in this year’s Newton Prize award.

Chinese city

The impact of rapid urbanisation on health in Chinese mega-cities

28 November 2017

Xiamen workshop explores issues and potential solutions to sustainable development and healthy living in Chinese megacities.


Can citizen scientists locate the world’s seagrass?

24 November 2017

Public can help save world’s threatened seagrass meadows, say researchers in new study

Valencia Food Conference

Research fellow leads successful global networking meeting on urban food

23 November 2017

Dr Ana Moragues Faus convened a meeting of city networks in the Milan Food Policy Pact conference in Valencia in October

Seagrass meadow

Global importance of seagrass-based fishing

22 November 2017

Research provides first evidence of the world-wide impact of seagrass meadows


Positive impact of nation’s canals hailed with launch of new ‘outcomes’ report

15 November 2017

Glandŵr Cymru launches its first outcomes report to an audience of policy makers and experts.

: Camera trap picture of a Sunda clouded leopard

Less than 800 Sunda clouded leopards in Sabah

2 November 2017

New study shows population density of the Sunda clouded leopard is negatively affected by hunting pressure and forest fragmentation.

Kuala Lumpur

Cardiff University’s Professor Marsden shortlisted for prestigious Newton Prize

18 October 2017

Professor Terry Marsden has been shortlisted for the 2017 Newton Prize for his project on developing healthier cities in Malaysia.


Agri-food and Rural Development

21 September 2017

Professor Terry Marsden explores the political economy of the agrifood industry and its implications for rural development.