Cardiff University, generally referred to as Cardiff has its origins in the University of w South Wales & Montmouthshire founded in 1883. Today, Cardiff has nearly 31,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students. Cardiff is a member of the Russell Group of Universities. In 2004 Cardiff University entered into a partnership with the University of Wales, Swansea to provide a pre-Med program and in 2005 incorporated the Wales College of Medicine. Cardiff University is ranked in the top 100 universities world-wide and recently Professor Sir Martin Evans FRS was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine.
The remains of a 2000-year-old Roman port have been discovered in south Wales by archaeologists from the University.
Children who eat sweets and chocolate every day are more likely to be violent as adults, according to new research.
There is a strong relationship between Euroscepticism in England and English (rather than British) national identity, a joint University report has uncovered.
Research undertaken by the Cardiff University Otter Project has revealed a number of disease-causing parasites in the bodies of dead otters. The findings were revealed at the BBC Summer of Wildlife event held at the National ...
Comets contained vast oceans of liquid water in their interiors during the first million years of their formation, a new study claims.
Very large and abrupt changes in temperature recorded over Greenland and across the North Atlantic during the last Ice Age were actually global in extent, according to an international team of researchers led by Cardiff University.
Lithium has been established for more than 50 years as one of the most effective treatments for bipolar mood disorder.
Following UKIP's surge in the local elections, new survey data indicates that one possible explanation of their success - until now largely overlooked - is their emergence as the party with the strongest appeal to English ...
A major lead for potential new treatment for people with Parkinson's Disease has been discovered by a team at Cardiff University.
Common woodland creatures, including woodlice, millipedes and worms, can help ensure the survival of weaker species of woodland fungi, according to new research from Cardiff University.