The latest news from the School
£5.2M Wellcome Trust boost for mental health research
Genes of tigers shot during British Raj reveal 93% of DNA variants not present in modern tigers-Habitat destruction and hunting to blame for low genetic variation
Generating a simple light activated control system in cells
Professor Kevin Fox of Cardiff University is elected to the Academy of Medical Science
Bronze Athena SWAN award for Cardiff School of Biosciences
Fungi and the fight for resources
Wales Gene Park celebrates 10 years of genetic discovery
Institute's decade of 'innovative research is already making a difference to patients and the Welsh economy'
Award marks a rare breaking of the American mould
Five International Fellows arrive in Cardiff University to bolster Wales's knowledge base
Dr Rhys Jones of the School of Biosciences tackles animal crime head-on in 'Rhys Jones' Wildlife Patrol'
Genomes reveal a rapid evolutionary change in falcons' rise to becoming the ultimate predators
Thousands learn more about the brain
£4million extension to School of Biosciences opened for students
Hormone disrupting chemicals linked to problems in reproductive health of male otters
25/02/2013Celebration Week for the School of Biosciences
School of Biosciences' resident adventurer goes in search of world's largest creatures
Double funding success for research examining Cancer Stem Cells
United Nations targets on halting biodiversity loss can only be met if countries agree on common monitoring systems
£2.45million grant to further scientists' understanding of cancer stem cells
Funding to help tackle forest fragmentation, habitat degradation and poaching
Targeting Bcl3 could be advantageous in advanced breast cancer to prevent tumours spreading
A study using glowing bacteria to examine the consequences of co-infection
New study identifies significance of co-infection in disease control
Dr Sarah Hall’s contribution to the “In the Zone” exhibition
Watch Dr Kelly BéruBé in brand new medical series for CBBC
'Frontrunners' in pharmaceutical science join forces to improve drug delivery and targeting
Launch of the ConGRESS web portal, empowering conservation of genetic diversity
A team of Postgraduate students from the School of Biosciences win their Biotechnology YES competition heat
Cardiff team gain new protein understanding
A collaborative science engagement project to raise cancer research awareness and provide positive health messages
Three Biosciences staff recognised in the University’s Celebrating Excellence Awards
Master of Research Scholarship
World's largest memory game
Professor Jim Murray secures Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award
Calendar launched by ScienceGrrl
Professor Steve Ormerod appointed to new role
Two research teams receive funding from breast cancer research charities
Sharing Science to Strengthen Performance
View images captured in the Danau Girang Field Centre
Insight into the molecular principles by which new proteins with coupled functions can be designed.
Cardiff research team's contribution to the study.
£173,000 charity award for Smith-Lemli-Opitz Syndrome (SLOS) research.
Carnivores caught on camera as part of Borneo conservation project
Doubling of External Research Grant Awards for Cardiff School of Biosciences
Entrepreneur takes punt on University breakthrough
Biosciences researchers in international brain cell breakthrough
Study shows dramatic improvement in water color and wildlife
New role discovered for cell death regulator
Biosciences graduate is Apprentice
Biosciences Director gives inaugural lecture at new Leopoldina building.
Genetic control of metamorphosis.
Dr Emyr Lloyd-Evans Lab in Biosciences gets EU and USA funding.
Cardiff Researcher helps Foxes Live show
Study reaffirms need for large high-quality natural forests for orangutan survival
Increase in application rate for Biosciences
Welsh Government shows support for research campus
University hosts Brazilian and Israeli ambassadors
Breakthrough DNA detection technology has wide range of potential applications.
Importance of river organisms to be investigated.
Two Cardiff representatives in national science communication contest final
University botanists take centre stage at the National Botanic Garden of Wales
Researchers announce advances in knowledge of 'chemical switch' linked to stroke and heart disease.
Researchers predict decline in proboscis monkey population
Study shows the tug of war for territory and resources.
Insight into body's zinc controls has implications for disease
Event showcases University's leading stem cell research
Connie Fisher among the guests for Rhys to the Rescue screening
School of Biosciences hosts launch of new nature series
MRC funding for promising approach to pancreatic cancer