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Cardiff University academic poses question for BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival
Cardiff University expertise can save lives and make a difference in sub-Saharan Africa, says Namibia’s Deputy Health & Social Services Minister.
Twin brothers go head to head to consider who is Wales’ greatest poet
University attracts highest number of elite global students to Cardiff
Five projects to transform lives from south Wales to sub-Saharan Africa
Student athletes congratulated for achievements at Commonwealth Games
Business student wins national essay competition
Cardiff University Staff Inspire Choir celebrates its first birthday with free concert
New device for early diagnosis of Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) in development
The European Cancer Stem Research Institute at Cardiff University welcomed hundreds of people through its doors as part of the first Cardiff Cancer Open Day held recently. Included in those visitors were two women – a mother and daughter from Newport – who were encouraged to attend the Open Day having been personally affected by the disease.
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