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Cardiff University 18 Sep 17
identifies links between deprivation and risk of violence-related injury
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Cardiff Uni Politics Blog 26 Oct 17
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Cardiff University 5 Sep 17
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Cardiff University 12 Mar 18
💡 Do you want to develop your creative thinking skills? 💡 Do you want to find out more about ? Get involved with the Student Innovation Festival, a week of events & workshops designed to help you bring your ideas to life. 👀
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Cardiff Alumni 20 Feb 18
Register for a free place with in the / raise funds for world leading into cancer, neuroscience and mental health:
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CTRCardiffUni 8 Sep 17
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Cardiff Neuroscience 15 Feb 18
Research and public involvement is so important for us to develop better treatments for a range of neuro-diseases:
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Cardiff Alumni 4 Feb 18
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is having real impact. In Autumn, Phase 1 cancer treatment trialist Alan Buckle told us how a pioneering collaboration with the Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff has enabled him to meet his four grandchildren. Read Alan's story ➡️
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Cardiff University International 1 Aug 17
Smokers who undergo CT scan of their lungs more likely to quit than those who don’t according to
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Cardiff Neuroscience 25 Jan 18
Tune in now for talking about and with our wonderful researchers!
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Cardiff University International 28 Jun 17
Scientists suggest CO2 could have caused drastic climate changes during the ice ages
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Cardiff University 24 Aug 17
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RDCS SE Wales 13 Jul 18
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Cardiff Neuroscience 15 Sep 17
Setting up for Fieldbay Coffee Morning in Bridgend. Excited to celebrate value of patient involvement in
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CTRCardiffUni 12 Apr 19
Congratulations! Wonderful to see 8 staff selected by to be Senior Research Leaders for 2019-2022 including Director, Prof.
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Cardiff University International 9 Jan 19
A 10-year study of proboscis monkeys in Borneo has revealed that forest conversion to oil palm plantations is having a significant impact on the species.
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Cardiff Neuroscience 22 Aug 17
Great to see Fellow Dr sharing her love of and into Huntingtons disease!
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CU MentalHealthBlog 16 Dec 16
In our latest blog post asks if Parkinson's starts in the stomach
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Cardiff University 12 Dec 17
It’s wonderful to see such a variety of images in the exhibition.
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CTRCardiffUni 13 Jun 17
*New blog* by @FionaLugg - Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN) Annual Conference 2017
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