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Can 2,000 people explore 2,000 years of history in just one month?
Duchess of Cornwall visits University as patron of Arthritis Research UK
City hosts national festival to promote arts and humanities research
Wales’ largest social science conference takes place at Aberystwyth this week.
Scientists head East in latest cancer fight
Could genetics offer new clues to understanding its cause and treatment?
Cardiff staff and students working with local residents to develop a vibrant community hub
Industry and academia unite in new approach to accelerate dementias research
From mitigating natural disasters to neutralising poisonous gases, scientists are finding new uses for gold
A ground-breaking invention which clears smoke created during keyhole surgery has won the inaugural ‘People’s Choice’ Award at this year’s Cardiff University Innovation and Impact Awards.
Welsh archaeology and heritage project wins a top UK award
Baroness Randerson visits £30m Hadyn Ellis Building to see groundbreaking research into cancer and mental illness.
Researchers from Cardiff and Harvard have provided the most detailed understanding to date of the world’s most complex virus.
Citizen Science project to map, quantify and ultimately reduce wildlife road deaths exhibited in Natural History Museum
Launch of all-Wales network to improve the health of school children
Celebrated war historian Sir Hew Strachan delivers lecture in Cardiff
Innovation and Impact Awards 2014
Engineering Solutions for High Level Nuclear Waste Disposal
Bowel and prostate cancer research projects are joint-winners of Medical Breakthrough Award
Improving labour relations in the world's ports through social dialogue
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