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Cymraeg

2009

All of the news from 2009

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

Professor Peter Ade Leading award for astronomy instrumentation

20/01/2009

Professor Peter Ade recognised for more than 30 years’ achievement

Deputy Minister for Skills John Griffiths AM discusses the work of MEC with Dr Robert Hoyle Deputy Minister’s praise for ‘impressive’ research

19/01/2009

John Griffiths AM tours Manufacturing Engineering Centre

Deputy Minister for Skills John Griffiths AM discusses the work of MEC with Dr Robert Hoyle Helping businesses in the Valleys to stay competitive

19/01/2009

Cardiff joins forces with the Heads of the Valleys Innovation Programme

2009