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Brain image What does death feel like?


Cardiff experts comment on study of the brain moments before death

Satisfied students Satisfied students


Cardiff students remain Wales’s most satisfied in annual survey

Taking the charity plunge Taking the charity plunge


Professor Julian Halcox leads charity channel swim

Front page of report Young people and devolution in Wales


Young voters still “don’t know” about devolution a decade and a half on

Violence as emotional dominance Violence as emotional dominance


Eminent sociologist tackles causes behind violent situations in Distinguished Lecture

Richard Wyn Jones The ‘Fascist Party’ in Wales?


New book tests accusation that Plaid Cymru sympathised with fascism

Vice Chancellor Professor Colin Riordan What are universities for?


What are universities for? Everybody knows that universities exist to educate students and help to create a highly educated workforce. Most people know they're also the place where research is done that ends up in technologies like smartphones, fuel-efficient cars and advanced medical care. That means universities are a critical part of the innovation process.

Roadkill Help UK wildlife – be a Splatter Spotter


Wildlife roadkill survey first of its kind in the UK

Newborn baby Adult behaviour triggered in the womb?


Hormonal imbalance in the placenta linked to anxiety and vulnerability to poor mental health

Neil Stephens Researching the laboratory grown burger


Cardiff sociologist investigates social and ethical impacts of in-vitro meat

Cardiff University and Penderyn collaborate on geoenvironmental survey There’s something in the water


Cardiff University and Penderyn collaborate on geoenvironmental survey

Gamer Online gaming


Study highlights need for more social responsibility

Chief Scientist for Wales Chief Scientist for Wales


Professor Julie Williams appointed new Chief Scientific Adviser to the Welsh Government

Next step in facial imaging Next step in facial imaging


Team enter new dimension in 3D facial imaging

Get It Out for Cardiff records best year yet Get It Out for Cardiff records best year yet


Success for student recycling and re-use campaign

The National Eisteddfod 2013 The National Eisteddfod 2013


From poetry and book launches to talks on fracking and diseases of the brain; Cardiff University’s line up for this year’s Eisteddfod promises to be both entertaining and stimulating

The School of Welsh in the Eisteddfod


The School of Welsh offers a taste of Cardiff to the National Eisteddfod

Putting customers first Putting customers first


Customer Service Excellence ® standard awarded to Information Services

Widening access students’ progress at university Widening access students’ progress at university


‘Low participation neighbourhood’ has little affect on a students’ progress

Lost royal deer park discovered Lost royal deer park discovered


Cardiff-led excavations reveal new history of Brynkir

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