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Press Releases from 2007

Opera stars of the future perform for public


The first graduates from Cardiff University’s academy to train opera stars will be showcasing their vocal and performance skills in a succession of concerts throughout November.

Cardiff University honours leading Hong Kong businessman


Cardiff University has awarded an honorary fellowship to a prominent Hong Kong businessman with a distinguished lifetime of success in business and an exemplary record of public service.

Cardiff University energy strategy already cutting Carbon


Cardiff University has today (Thursday) launched a sustainability strategy which is already making great savings in energy consumption and helping meet the challenges of climate change.

£1 million donation for burns research in Wales


Vocational Training Charitable Trust’s first donation is largest to the Healing Foundation UK Centre for Burns Research

"Fantastic week" for Welsh science as First Minister opens power testing centre


Wales’ First Minister, the Rt Hon Rhodri Morgan today opened Cardiff University’s Gas Turbine Research Centre, capping what he described as “a fantastic week” for Welsh science and engineering.

Professor Sir Martin Evans wins Nobel Prize for Medicine


Cardiff academic wins science’s leading prize for stem cells breakthrough

First Minister urges support for Biobank Cymru


First Minister Rhodri Morgan, today (Monday 8 October) urged the people of Wales to sign up to Biobank Cymru - a world-leading health project now recruiting in Cardiff.

Research points towards early cancer detection


A test to detect the very early stages of cancer could one day result from new research by Cardiff University scientists.

Under-investment in language learning costs UK business billions


The UK is missing out on a minimum of £9 billion a year through its lack of investment in language learning.