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2014

Press Releases from 2013

Noble gas molecule discovered in space

13/12/2013

Cardiff University astronomers in 'world first'

From Lab Bench to Greenbench

02/12/2013

Royal Society scheme pairs off Cardiff scientist and parliamentarian

Professor wins Psychiatric Academic Researcher of the Year 2013

19/11/2013

Cardiff University's Professor Ian Jones receives accolade for being “model clinical academic psychiatrist”

2013

Press Releases from 2012

Gift of life memorial art work unveiled

28/09/2012

A unique piece of artwork to honour those who have donated their bodies for medical education and research has been unveiled today (Friday 28 September).

2012

Press Releases from 2011

Cardiff Violence Prevention Model to be implemented in Amsterdam

23/12/2011

A successful violence prevention model developed at Cardiff University is set to be implemented in the Dutch capital Amsterdam.

Cardiff astronomers help create the largest sub-millimetre camera

06/12/2011

Cardiff University astronomers are part of an international team who have successfully created the largest sub-millimetre camera capable of mapping the sky hundreds of times faster.

Road traffic deaths and injuries: a cultural explanation

22/11/2011

Media release: 22 November 2011

2011

Press Releases from 2010

Milestone for Cardiff anti-shingles drug

16/12/2010

Pharmaceutical company Inhibitex Inc has reported promising results from the phase 2 trial of FV-100, the anti-shingles drug developed in collaboration with Professor Chris McGuigan's research group at Cardiff University.

Climate change: how can the public play its part?

14/12/2010

Following the international agreement on climate change at Cancun last week, a new book asks what the public can do to contribute.

Artificial intelligence techniques map European news content

09/12/2010

More than one million news articles in 22 languages have been analysed using the latest technology to pinpoint the factors that influence and shape the news agenda in 27 European countries.

2010

Press Releases from 2009

New physiotherapy project gets London 2012 Inspire Mark

22/12/2009

A new programme for physiotherapists that will enable them to better support paralympic athletes in their training for the 2012 Games has been officially recognised by the London Organising Committee of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Cardiff University seeks permission for new campus

21/12/2009

Cardiff University has lodged plans for a new campus development to give academics the space and facilities to tackle some of the world’s most important research issues.

Why don’t robins get fat?

21/12/2009

New research by Cardiff University is shedding light on the reasons why the European robin doesn’t get fat -even though they are feeding for much longer.

2009

Press Releases from 2008

Examining the politics of climate change

22/12/2008

Political strategies to promote effective policies to combat climate change will be revealed in a major new book.

Cardiff confirmed among the Business School elite

19/12/2008

Cardiff Business School’s standing among the UK’s best institutions for international quality research has been underlined by an independent national study.

Recognition for Cardiff’s world-leading research

18/12/2008

World-leading research is being undertaken throughout Cardiff University, the latest independent assessment of research quality in the UK’s universities shows.

2008

Press Releases from 2007

Make a new year’s resolution without spending a penny

20/12/2007

If your new year’s resolution is to learn something new in 2008, Cardiff University is providing a perfect way to make that resolution last way past the end of January.

Get ‘shaken not stirred’ at Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning

14/12/2007

It’s more than 50 years since the world’s most famous secret agent first appeared and yet he remains as popular as ever.

Three thousand-year-old furnace rebuilt to uncover Egyptian glassmaking secrets

14/12/2007

A team led by a Cardiff University archaeologist has reconstructed a 3,000-year-old glass furnace, showing that Ancient Egyptian glassmaking methods were much more advanced than previously thought.

2007