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Press Releases from 2009

Cardiff centre offers new focus for optometrists


The UK’s first centre offering optometrists access to dedicated postgraduate and professional development opportunities will be officially opened by the First Minister for Wales, Rhodri Morgan today (Wednesday 30th September).

Commitment to women in science recognised


Cardiff University’s commitment to women in science has been recognised with a national award.

Welsh business urged to sign-up for Cardiff University expertise


Welsh businesses looking to improve their economic competitiveness and develop new products with the help and support of Cardiff University experts are being urged to sign-up for a free business awareness event.

Share inherited cancer fears with digital stories


People who have experienced the fear of inheriting cancer are being offered the chance to record their feelings and experiences for the benefit of others in a new digital story project organised by Cardiff University's Institute of Medical Genetics.

Cardiff University celebrates international students’ English language success


A group of international students who passed a key Cardiff University course designed to equip them with English language skills for their University studies have been celebrated at an official awards ceremony.

Cardiff University and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water join forces on research


Wales’ ability to protect its environment and manage long-term water supplies against the threat of climate change has been boosted by a new link-up between Cardiff University and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water.

Patients offered chance to shape inherited cancer service


Patients who have benefited from an all-Wales service offering advice about the increased risk of inheriting cancer are being offered the chance to help shape future services.

‘The texting’s on the wall’


On Thursday 24th September a ‘high-tech’ conversation will get underway, but not of the usual kind.

The Evolution Of The Modern Workplace


British trade unionism was not undermined by Margaret Thatcher, but by the dawn of a new, brutally competitive age that weakened it dramatically in the private sector, a major new analysis claims.

New CO2 data helps unlock the secrets of Antarctic formation


The link between declining CO2 levels in the earth’s atmosphere and the formation of the Antarctic ice caps some 34 million years ago has been confirmed for the first time in a major research study.

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