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All of the news from 2009

Owain Glyndwr Cardiff course commemorates the original Welsh rebel


Opportunity to learn about legendary leader

Reassessing medieval texts Reassessing medieval texts


Major grant to produce modern edition of medieval narratives documenting the Crusades

A Welsh optometrist using a Volk lens to examine a model eye during an accreditation assessment Launch of first Postgraduate Education Centre for Optometry


Dedicated centre to meet education needs of the optometric community and industry

Representatives from Cardiff University, LAS Recycling, the Welsh Assembly Government, and Knowledge Transfer Partnerships. Recognition for successful Knowledge Transfer Partnership


Award for University and LAS Recycling Limited

Tailor-made Protein strands Protein engineers


Novel technology develops tailor-made proteins

Current Archaeology 2009 Archaeology comes alive


Festival reveals latest findings to public audiences

Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills John Denham MP with Felicity Gill of the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences Secretary of State praises research excellence


John Denham MP visits University

mother and baby Researchers investigate prenatal smoking link with anti-social behaviour in children


Novel study is first of its kind to test the importance of life in the womb

A cabbage white butterfly, one of the pest species reared on the farms studied for the research Natural pest control


Study suggests no difference in natural pest control on both conventional and organic farms

View through one of the tubes of GEO600 Cardiff researchers could herald a new era in fundamental physics


Gravitational Physics Group to test possibility of a holographic universe