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Study pinpoints SARS-CoV-2 Spike mutation that ‘escapes’ killer T-cells generated by infection and vaccination

5 August 2022

Cardiff University scientists urge monitoring of ‘viral escape’ – and warn vaccines may need altering

SARS-CoV-2-infected cells (cell nucleus in blue, cell surface in green and viral proteins in red)

Scientists shed new light on how SARS-CoV-2 evades the immune response in early infection

19 July 2022

New study could have implications for vaccine design

Cardiff University researchers to join £20m global study to tackle cancer in children

16 June 2022

Professor Andrew Sewell and team win funding from Cancer Grand Challenge

Funding for Wales Data Nation Accelerator projects

23 May 2022

Welsh Government backs data science research and innovation

Cardiff University scientist Professor Jamie Rossjohn FRS elected to The Royal Society

Cardiff University scientist elected to The Royal Society

12 May 2022

Professor Jamie Rossjohn elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) in recognition of his transformative contributions to science.

Scientists reveal make-up of SARS-CoV-2 outer envelope for first time

22 April 2022

Cardiff University study suggests little-understood lipid envelope could be antiviral target in the mouth

Scientists develop single blood test to measure T-cell and antibody response to SARS-CoV-2

19 November 2021

Sensitive test can also distinguish between immune response induced by vaccination and infection

New website on infection and antibiotic resistance is launched for schools

19 October 2021

‘Superbugs’ team worked with primary and secondary teachers to create bilingual resource

Slides artwork

Diabetes art exhibition launched to mark anniversary

15 October 2021

‘What Diabetes Means To Us 2021’ is a new visually informative exhibition in the hospital’s Hearth Gallery.

Nurse in scrubs administering COVID test

Study highlights ‘vital 30-day window’ for hospital inpatients to get COVID-19 jab

23 July 2021

Early findings helped to change Welsh vaccination policy to prioritise vulnerable patients during second wave