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Press Releases from 2010

What happened in the 2010 Election? Why?


These are two questions which will be answered in two Breakfast Seminars held this week - in Cardiff on Wednesday morning 26th May 2010, and in Aberystwyth on Friday morning 28th May 2010

New Dean to lead Cardiff medical education


Medical education has to adapt and change to ensure the doctors of the future get the skills and experience they need for a modern 21st century health service, according to Cardiff University’s newly appointed Dean of Medical Education.

Can strengthening families prevent substance misuse? – major new study


Researchers in Wales are to evaluate a pioneering programme which may help families prevent young people turning to drink, cigarettes and drugs.

Cardiff University achieves Carbon Trust Standard


Cardiff University has become the first higher education institution in Wales to achieve the Carbon Trust Standard, in recognition of its work, results and ongoing commitment to reduce its carbon emissions.

New report says EU car CO2 emissions target for 2020 is not ambitious enough


The European Union target of reducing car CO2 emissions to 95 grams per kilometre by 2020 is not sufficiently ambitious, according to a new report.

Getting Medieval


Step back in time and try your hand at writing a medieval charter or making a medieval pot as part of a Cardiff University event to celebrate Adult Learners’ Week.

What exactly is the future for higher education in Wales?


As the higher education sector faces one of its most challenging times in a generation, Wales’ Education Minister will be using a public lecture to discuss what the future holds for the sector in Wales.

University maths project inspires most able Welsh pupils


More than 100 South Wales school pupils have benefited from extra maths revision courses laid on by Cardiff University in collaboration with the First Campus education partnership.

Preserving our heritage


New approaches to preserving and storing heritage iron ranging from archaeological objects through to ships such as the ssGreat Britain are to be examined as part of a major multi-disciplinary project led by Cardiff University.

Scholarships widen access to STEM subjects


Fifty aspiring University students with ambitions to study science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) at a leading institution, yet feel restricted by their financial situation, have been given a helping hand.

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