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Press Releases from 2009

Chemistry for our future


Hundreds of year 10 pupils from around South Wales will take part in a day-long interactive conference at Cardiff University designed to promote chemistry and encourage students to consider careers in science, especially chemistry.

Crime and policing go under the spotlight


Renowned author Phillip Sands who exposed how high ranking members of the Bush administration were involved in authorizing torture and subsequently attempted to cover their tracks, in his book Torture Team will be among a number of headline speakers at an international criminology conference this week in Cardiff.

Early offending linked to death and disability by 48


Boys and young men who offend or act anti-socially run a higher risk of death or disability in middle age, a Cardiff University study has shown.

Leading role for Cardiff in national sustainable energy research


Re-thinking the National Grid, electric vehicles and biomass heating are among the issues in a major new sustainable energy research programme led by Cardiff University.

Course aims to plug translation gap


A unique new course offering students the chance to gain translation skills and help meet the growing need for professional language translators has been officially launched.