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Researchers in our Physics and Pharmarcy & Pharmacology Departments are using a pioneering technique to study the properties and characteristics of our skin, in tests that could pave the way for new treatments for dermatitis, and for an improved understanding of the skin aging process.
Healing Foundation Centre for children’s burns research - 14 June 2013
Research from our University will soon be playing an important role in helping prevent and treat children’s burns, through a new centre launched at Frenchay Hospital.
Bamboo engineered panels at international conference - 13 June 2013
Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering presented at the 14th international conference on non-conventional materials .
Just changed your car or are about to? You could win £1,000 - 12 June 2013
Researchers in the Department of Psychology are working with colleagues at Cardiff University on an eco-driving project funded by Shell UK. As part of this project, they are looking to learn more about how people drive their cars.
Wessex Water to invest in University research - 11 June 2013
A new research and development collaboration between the University and Wessex Water has been announced today.
Professor Gilmore presents research at the House of Commons - 10 June 2013
Professor Anna Gilmore, Director of the University’s Tobacco Control Research Group, recently presented her research at The Science of Health and Wellbeing exhibition held at the House of Commons.
New hybrid technology set to change the future of renewables - 04 June 2013
A new hybrid technology that integrates wind and solar power generation is set to overcome many of the problems associated with traditional renewable power systems and revolutionise the green energy sector.
Antibody search CiteAb lists its 1 millionth antibody - 04 June 2013
CiteAb, the world’s largest independent citation-ranked antibody search engine, has today announced that it now lists 1 million antibodies.
Major investment set to transform healthcare - 09 May 2013
Physicists from the University will take a leading role in developing new technologies that could transform healthcare, thanks to a major investment announced this week by Universities Minister David Willetts MP.
Funding boost to develop new green energy materials - 09 April 2013
A research consortium led by Professor Saiful Islam (Chemistry) has been awarded £3.2m to work on new sustainable materials for energy storage and conversion.