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Britain’s urban rivers bounce back


Urban rivers throughout England and Wales have improved dramatically in water quality and wildlife over the last 20 years.

Earth’s oldest known impact crater found in Greenland


A 100 kilometre-wide crater has been found in Greenland, the result of a massive asteroid or comet impact a billion years before any other known collision on Earth.

Cardiff University drives forward Electric Vehicle Research


Cardiff University will today announce plans for the creation of the first multidisciplinary Electric Vehicle Centre of Excellence in the UK.

Boosting the Welsh economy


Innovative Cardiff University research and collaborations with industry that have boosted the Welsh economy and delivered widespread benefits across business, healthcare, society and policy have been recognised.

Get the facts about bipolar


What happens if you have bipolar disorder? How can you control your mood swings? How can you help a loved one with bipolar?

Cancer research in the classroom


Bridgend Biology students have been actively working alongside Cardiff University cancer researchers.

Connecting the Caerau community with its heritage


An exhibition showcasing work by south Wales’ schoolchildren who surveyed and excavated an unexplored Iron Age hillfort in Cardiff as part of a Cardiff University-led project has been launched at the National History Museum of Wales.

Tenby ladies battle elements for Cardiff cancer research


Pioneering Cardiff University cancer research has benefited from a walk through the wind and the rain organised by the ladies of Tenby’s Tangent Club.

Cream of American students attracted back to Wales


Wales has been selected to host a top-flight summer study Institute for the second year running by a leading US scholarship programme.

New Pathway to Study Social Science at Cardiff


Mature students now have a new route to an undergraduate degree in Social Science at Cardiff University.

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