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Mae Prifysgol Caerdydd wedi codi i safle ymhlith 150 uchaf y byd yn nhabl prifysgolion y byd 2014 am y tro cyntaf ers chwe blynedd.
MRC Centre to ‘nurture next generation of world-leading scientists’
Study finds diabetes drug could offer surprising health benefits to non-diabetics
University scientists uncover key piece to cancer puzzle
Cancer stem cell research boosted by major Hodge gift
Caerdydd a Phrifysgol Namibia i ffurfio partneriaeth i rannu gwybodaeth ac adnoddau
Cardiff physiotherapy postgraduate secures a silver medal at Glasgow games
Bydd cynllun newydd yn ariannu ymchwil newydd ac yn helpu i ddatblygu gyrfaoedd
Need for improved uptake of long-term treatment services
Cardiff biosciences student wins gold medal at Glasgow
Largest gene discovery helps ‘kick-start’ new search for schizophrenia treatments
Introducing cognitive behavioural therapy in primary schools significantly reduces anxiety levels among 9-10 year olds
First ever genetic study of the elusive wild Okapi unravels mystery behind its evolutionary origins
Baroness Ilora Finlay elected BMA President
Findings could inform development of a prognostic test for other forms of cancer
Baroness Ilora Finlay and Professor Julie Williams elected Academy Fellows
Mothers concerned by changing shape during pregnancy: ‘less likely to breastfeed’
More than 400 students attend the University’s first STEM Conference
Scientists head East in latest cancer fight
Could genetics offer new clues to understanding its cause and treatment?
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