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Developing a potential treatment for triple negative breast cancer

Recently team Verrico has donated £9,000 to the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute which aids Professor Matt Smalley’s research group to develop a...

Scientists took a step forward to develop pill-based vaccines

Cardiff scientists have recently developed the world’s first synthetic, a non-biologic vaccine that can be delivered orally could herald a revolution in vaccine delivery. A fascinating thing...

Exposing the mystery of ice ages using ancient molecules

Our planet’s ice ages used to occur at intervals of every 40,000 years. This made the scientists keen as the Earth’s seasons vary in...

Similar targets, different solutions separate the sheep and goats, study

Researchers from Cardiff University’s Sustainable Places Research Institute sequenced and analyzed the genomes of wild Asiatic mouflon and Bezoar ibex and compared their genomes...

Cardiff scientists are set out to develop self-healing masonry

In order to develop buildings and historic structures, Cardiff scientists are exploiting the unique properties of bacteria to help develop a self-healing masonry. The...

Study found that fisheries discarding edible fish, pose a threat to food security

New research suggests small-scale artisanal fisheries in Sri Lanka are throwing away more marine species than they keep. The study conducted by Cardiff University and...

Males with big nose size get girls, study

Scientists from Cardiff University along with Danau Girang Field Centre, Kyoto University and Sabah Wildlife Department discovered a direct association between the nose size of the...

Cardiff researchers launches ultrasound BodyWorks Eve simulator

Researchers at the Cardiff University spinout MedaPhor Group (AIM: MED) have recently launched the new BodyWorks Eve simulator platform that will be used to train medical...

Researchers developed molecules that activates immune system to fight cancer

The activation of the immune system to attack and eliminate cancer cells and tumors is proving to be an effective strategy for treating cancer. Based...

The greenery of Earth

It's been suggested that the first plant colonize the planet originated around 500 million years ago. The planet's landmasses would have been without all...

Understanding causes of musculoskeletal diseases

Musculoskeletal diseases are the main source of handicap in the UK's rising maturing populace, basically because of low back pain, breaks, and infections, for...

Scientists discovered a potential new method to prevent fibrosis

Fibrosis is the formation of excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ as part of a reparative or reactive process. This biological process can...

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