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Investment will be used to develop the next generation of biotechnologists and bioscientists
Cardiff University has risen to a top 150 spot in the 2014 world university rankings for the first time in six years.
Key issues facing Wales are debated as part of the University’s activities at this year’s National Eisteddfod.
New initiative will fund new research and boost career development
Cardiff biosciences student wins gold medal at Glasgow
First ever genetic study of the elusive wild Okapi unravels mystery behind its evolutionary origins
Citizen Science project to map, quantify and ultimately reduce wildlife road deaths exhibited in Natural History Museum
Largest ever study on climate change effects on rivers
New link-up between the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Learned Society of Wales
15 members of staff elected as Fellows
Urban river pollutants suppress wild bird development
Rhys Jones’s Wildlife Patrol is back for a second series
MRC Consortium for Medical Microbial Bioinformatics (CMMB) initiative unveiled
Effect of climate change on soil creatures could upset the earth’s ability to absorb carbon
Professor John Harwood recognised for his world-leading biotechnology research
Online films show the work of Cardiff University Otter Project
MRC Professor Ole Petersen recognised for fundamental research contributions
Cardiff wins recognition for highlighting an alternative to animal testing for toxicology
Cardiff University researchers star in CBBC series exploring the human body
How global change is causing a species mix-up
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