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Press Releases from 2009

‘Cut waits for vital cancer genetic tests in Wales’ says expert


A leading Cardiff University cancer genetics expert will today (Tuesday 8th December) call for greater investment in genetic testing services in Wales in a bid to prevent patients waiting up to three years for a vital cancer genetic test.

New £4M scholarships offer students even more opportunities


Thirty first-year undergraduate students at Cardiff University are to benefit from a £1,000 scholarship scheme for students studying science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) subjects at research-intensive universities.

Partnership targets treatment advances for major diseases


A partnership between a world-leading research group at Cardiff University and an Oxford-based biotechnology company will refine new drugs to treat cancer, HIV and autoimmune disease.

Cardiff students take control of world’s largest radio telescope


A group of Cardiff students will take control of one of the world’s most powerful radio telescopes next week (Monday 7th December) as part of an innovative Cardiff University astronomy link-up.

New Humanities programme at Cardiff’s Centre for Lifelong Learning


Cardiff University today launches its Spring CHOICES programme of part-time courses, including a wide range of subjects in the Humanities. Nearly 150 CHOICES courses will be on offer for the Spring and Summer with a very wide range of subjects available for the public to dip into.

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