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Working to make
a better future
for Wales and the world
1 August 2016
Dr Sian Griffiths delivers the Keynote Science Lecture at this year's National Eisteddfod
1 March 2016
Reducing river pollution offers “real benefit” against climate change
18 November 2015
University study uncovers a goldmine in Britain’s sewer systems
23 October 2015
Scientists call on policymakers to plant more to protect their habitats from climate change
29 September 2015
University launches five new flagship research institutes
4 September 2015
Adapting to climate change requires new coastal management approach, researchers suggest.
2 September 2015
Experience of flooding more likely to make climate change a top issue.
19 August 2015
‘Green infrastructure’ project aims to make urban areas more sustainable
2 June 2014
Largest ever study on climate change effects on rivers.
29 April 2014
Urban river pollutants suppress wild bird development.
Addressing the grand challenge of sustaining water for people and ecosystems in a changing world.
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