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The Cambridge Cluster – lessons of obliquity, serendipity and proximity on the road to innovation

The Cambridge Cluster – lessons of obliquity, serendipity and proximity on the road to innovation

Posted on 2 May 2019 by Heath Jeffries

Professor Rick Delbridge spent last Michaelmas Term as Visiting Fellow at Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge. As Cardiff University Dean of Research, Innovation and Enterprise, Professor Delbridge had the […]

Cardiff Catalysis Institute: 10 Years of Science and Innovation

Cardiff Catalysis Institute: 10 Years of Science and Innovation

Posted on 25 January 2019 by Richard Catlow

As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Cardiff Catalysis Institute, it is fitting to reflect both on the achievements of the Institute and of its founding Director; and on the […]

Cardiff entrepreneur’s VR success

Cardiff entrepreneur’s VR success

Posted on 17 January 2019 by Laura Kendrick

George Bellwood is a third year Business Management (Marketing) student at Cardiff University and is the Founder/Director of Virtus Tech. For me the idea of becoming an entrepreneur came from […]

Cardiff Innovation Campus – Education and engagement with Bouygues UK

Cardiff Innovation Campus – Education and engagement with Bouygues UK

Posted on 9 January 2019 by Laura Kendrick

Guest post – Nick Toulson, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Advisor, Bouygues UK  Education Interactions during the Construction Phase As with any major construction project, community benefits are now either a […]

The science behind Cardiff’s space-age scanner

The science behind Cardiff’s space-age scanner

Posted on 20 December 2018 by Laura Kendrick

A super-sensitive passenger scanner that reveals hidden security threats has been trialled at Cardiff Airport. The walk-through device applies space technology to image human body heat. The result of a […]

The Effects of Concussion in Sport

The Effects of Concussion in Sport

Posted on 13 December 2018 by Peter Theobald

Head injury in sport is becoming an increasingly prominent societal challenge. The effect of concussion, or ‘mild traumatic brain injury’ (MTBI), is now frequently reported in sports including rugby and […]

Innovation…

Innovation…

Posted on 28 November 2018 by Damian Walford Davies

Words have histories, like places and people. Consider ‘innovation’. You’ll say the word has become a cliché, a cant word in the media, a piece of management speak or glib […]

Guest post: Linda Hazzard – Living with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL)

Guest post: Linda Hazzard – Living with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL)

Posted on 8 November 2018 by Laura Kendrick

Linda Hazzard won the ‘People’s Choice’ Social Media Competition at Cardiff’s 20th Innovation and Impact Awards earlier this year. A former local government employee from Weston-Super-Mare, Linda voted for Cardiff […]

Chinese delegates visit Institute for Compound Semiconductors

Chinese delegates visit Institute for Compound Semiconductors

Posted on 5 November 2018 by Heath Jeffries

Cardiff’s Institute for Compound Semiconductors (ICS) has played host to officials from Chongqing Municipal Government in south western China. The party of ten delegates visited the University to get to […]

Case Study – Qioptiq

Case Study – Qioptiq

Posted on 11 October 2018 by Laura Kendrick

Cardiff University expertise helped the North Wales company Qioptiq win an £82m defence contract, creating and safeguarding jobs. Experts from Cardiff Business School spent two years developing a toolset to improve Denbighshire-based Qioptiq’s inventory forecasting […]