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Cymraeg

2009

All of the news from 2009

Chinese New Year Celebration Chinese New Year celebration

30/01/2009

University organises Wales’ largest festival

Work and wellbeing Work and wellbeing

30/01/2009

New research explores link between work and health among young people

Professor Susan Leekam Wales spearheads autism research

29/01/2009

New University Chair as part of national strategy

Students digging up the past as part of an archaeological dig Young people’s learning gets a boost from the Beacons

27/01/2009

First round of Beacon funding awarded

Professor Siyi Fu International award for Confucius director

23/01/2009

Recognition for work promoting Chinese culture

Welsh flag painted on face National Assembly officials hear findings of new research into Welsh language

23/01/2009

New research asks: ‘If Welsh speakers are more likely to back independence, what about the non-Welsh speakers?’

DNA Tenovus funding for cancer genetics research

22/01/2009

Support for patient-centred projects

Sir Martin Evans (left) receives the Gold Medal from the President of The Royal Society of Medicine, Professor Robin Williamson Gold Medal for Nobel Prize winner

21/01/2009

Sir Martin Evans honoured by The Royal Society of Medicine

Professor Paul Smith and Dr Rachel Errington, co-developers of CyMap Imaging technology deal puts next-generation chip technology in focus

21/01/2009

Lab-on-a-chip imaging technology has potential to speed up diagnosis of disease

Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia cells Cardiff scientists start clinical trials following drug discovery

21/01/2009

Latest finding in School of Medicine’s ongoing exploration into chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

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