in the heart of a thriving capital city
of our graduates were in employment and/or further study, due to start a new job or course, or doing other activities, such as travelling.
UK University for research quality
we are truly a global university
invested in our biggest campus upgrade for a generation
Working to make
a better future
for Wales and the world
15 June 2021
Intensive water management causing short-term gains but long-term damage to one of the most biodiverse regions in the world
10 May 2021
New research finds a risk of rising nitrous oxide emissions from mangrove ecosystems due to increased nutrient inputs caused by environmental pollution
4 May 2021
Our affiliated researchers Dr Rupert Perkins and Prof Peter Kille recently won the Ofwat Innovation in Water Challenge to monitor reservoir water community using environmental DNA.
22 March 2021
This year’s World Water Day, our affiliated researchers tell us more about the way they value water, personally and in their research, and the importance of preserving this precious resource.
15 March 2021
Prof Steve Ormerod acted as lead witness for the UK Parliament Environmental Audit Committee's inquiry on river water quality.
Researchers webinar for students promotes science undertaken in Wales as part of British Science Week
8 March 2021
PhD student Guglielmo Sonnino-Sorisio monitors fish behaviour and hydrodynamics at migratory barriers to restore river connectivity.
17 February 2021
The WEWASH Team are sharing their expertise with local and international partners to develop and apply monitoring systems of COVID-19 levels in wastewater worldwide.
8 February 2021
PhD student Elle von Benzon is participating in the development of a low-cost wireless sensor, accessible to citizen scientists, that will monitor river water quality in real-time.
19 January 2021
The interdisciplinary team behind the WEWASH project will continue to sample and test wastewater to estimate the occurrence of the virus across Wales.
Addressing the grand challenge of sustaining water for people and ecosystems in a changing world.
Water Research Institute, Cardiff University, The Sir Martin Evans Building, Museum Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3AX