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Hadyn Ellis Building

Hadyn Ellis Building

7 November 2013

Flagship research building officially opened

Business Minister Edwina Hart

£6million boost for Maindy Park

2 April 2012

Welsh Government shows support for research campus

Turf cut

Cochrane Building: Open for students

18 November 2011

Flagship education centre officially opened

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Turf cut on Hadyn Ellis Building

19 May 2011

Flagship building named after distinguished former Deputy Vice-Chancellor

First Minister for Wales Rhodri Morgan at PETIC

Green light for flagship building

10 March 2011

Go-ahead for landmark research building

First Minister launches PET Centre

First Minister launches PET Centre

18 February 2011

High-tech scanner is a boost for patients, research and economic development

The new Cochrane Building

New home for healthcare

16 December 2010

Students view progress on new flagship home

PET Scanner

PET Centre goes operational

22 September 2010

High-resolution scanner is boost for research and patients

First Minister for Wales Rhodri Morgan at PETIC

New look for Biosciences

27 October 2010

Unique façade reflects scientific work

First Minister for Wales Rhodri Morgan at PETIC

Maindy Park

21 December 2009

University seeks planning permission for new campus.

First Minister for Wales Rhodri Morgan at PETIC

PETIC: First Minister Rhodri Morgan visits

30 November 2009

First Minister leaves a legacy of investment in Welsh health research.

Health Minister Edwina Hart at PETIC

PETIC: Health Minister Edwina Hart visits

25 November 2009

Edwina Hart updated on the progress of PET.

Cardiff University

Maindy Park Campus: Gateway Building

14 July 2009

A statement from Professor Malcolm Jones, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Estates, and Professor Teresa Rees, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Research.