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Press Releases from 2010

Life-size “operation” game to explain tissue engineering unveiled at the Eisteddfod

29/07/2010

A life-size “operation” game, an interactive human statue and organs grown in plant pots feature in a new exhibition vividly illustrating the science of tissue engineering.

New Dean to oversee dental teaching and research

28/07/2010

A new Dean to oversee all the provision of Cardiff University’s dental teaching and research has been appointed.

Cardiff summer schools help Wales bridge the skills gap

27/07/2010

Pupils from diverse backgrounds across Wales have been enthused by Cardiff University summer schools encouraging them to seek professional careers.

24 hour news

22/07/2010

24 hour news channels have pushed broadcasters towards covering more live and breaking stories, sacrificing analysis and content in favour of images. That’s according to a new book by two academics at Cardiff University.

Boost for world-leading microscopy project

21/07/2010

A Cardiff University researcher has secured a highly sought-after Leadership award which could propel her research onto the world stage.

Let your imagination run riot this autumn

21/07/2010

Budding writers can develop their storytelling skills thanks to a new course launched by Cardiff University’s Centre for Lifelong Learning.

University visit engineers an interest for schoolchildren

18/07/2010

Schoolchildren had their eyes opened to a world of new possibilities on a recent tour of Cardiff School of Engineering.

New web survey to map everyday placenames

16/07/2010

Everyday placenames like 'The Midlands', 'city centre' and 'the East End' are in common use but have no precisely agreed boundary. These vernacular place names cause a problem when people use them to find information on the web because they cannot be pinned down to any particular location.

Boxing champion Nathan lands Cardiff University degree

14/07/2010

Mathematics student and boxing champion Nathan Cleverly today collects the first of two titles he aims to secure in 2010.

Police cuts could damage ‘the economic and social well-being of Welsh communities’, warns policing expert

13/07/2010

Cutting community safety programmes and police numbers during the recession could have a disproportionate impact on the long-term economic and social well-being of communities across Wales, a policing expert will warn today (Tuesday 13th July).

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