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After 4.5 years of soaking up Big Bang radiation, the Planck satellite sends its farewell transmission
Light pulses stimulate designer peptides to initiate a death pathway in cancerous cells
New technology gives real-time feedback to patients in therapy for limb disorders
Research clears the way for designer enzymes with potential to develop anti-infective and anti-cancer drugs
Research finds opposition to nuclear power in Britain falls despite Fukushima accident
One of today’s greatest natural historians has delivered this year’s Hadyn Ellis Distinguished Lecture.
Success at British Science Festival for futuristic discovery
Cardiff University and Penderyn collaborate on geoenvironmental survey
Listen to interviews from Cardiff’s medal recipients
Researchers find how honeycombs build themselves
University report finds large majority of public support moves to an efficient, clean, fair, and safe energy system
Stellar womb 500 times the mass of the sun about to give birth to monster star
Sixth Hadyn Ellis Distinguished lecture attracts best known natural history film-maker.
Wales-Fulbright Summer Institute starts at Cardiff
Chinese Academy of Sciences delegation visit Cardiff University
Design to protect against unanticipated power surges
How buildings could be transformed to provide renewable energy
Recognises and rewards active citizenship in Wales
School of Engineering launch new postgraduate course and business gateway
Recognition for research which has shaped policy and practice
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