A Cardiff University scientist has joined forces with more than 70 other experts from around the world to create an action plan aimed at halting the dramatic decline of insects.
The spectacular collision of two neutron stars over 500 million light-years away from Earth has been spotted through the detection of gravitational waves.
During this period, known as the middle Miocene Climate Optimum, global temperatures were as much as 3 to 4 degrees warmer than today's average temperatures, similar to estimates for 2100.
People transported animals over huge distances for mass gatherings at one of Ireland's most iconic archaeological sites, research concludes.
Cardiff University and leading IT solutions and managed services provider Circle IT have announced a major partnership that will see a radical overhaul of the University's network infrastructure and support services.
A project which aims to plant trees at as many schools as possible across Wales and Namibia was launched today (Monday 13 January) in Cardiff.
The outstanding achievements of University experts have been recognised in the Queen's New Year's Honours list for 2020.
Cardiff University is to share in £18.5m funding for postgraduate research training in biosciences. The University has secured funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) - part of UK Research and Innovation - for a Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP).
Scientists have discovered remnants of the world's oldest fossil forest in a sandstone quarry in Cairo, New York.
Hundreds of young people from an area facing social and economic challenges are to embark on a journey of scientific discovery into the past.