Research Case Studies

​​​​​​Cardiff Met and PDR recognised with award of Queen's Anniversary Prize​

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​Cardiff Metropolitan University is delighted to have been recognised in The Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education at a ceremony at St James' Palace in London. The prize is awarded every two years by the Queen in recognition of an academic or vocational institution, and falls within the UK’s national honours system. This honour was awarded to the University as a result of the great work carried out by design technologists at PDR.


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Cardiff Met research project provides insights into heart health of chimpanzees

IMG_4916 WEB.jpgResearch carried out by Cardiff Met has provided an insight into cardiac health and disease in chimpanzees, as well as highlighting cardiac similarities between humans and primates.​  

The International Primate Heart Project (IPHP) is a collaboration between veterinary practitioners, cardiac physiologists and cardiologists and was established in order to better understand why cardiac disease is such a major contributor to great ape deaths. 


Playing Sur​​​​face and Fatigue in Football

​​FIFA commissioned a team of researchers from Cardiff School of Sport to investigate whether the development of fatigue in football differs between grass and artificial pitches. 

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​Disruptive Innovation: Developing Medical Product ​for Rural Zambia

​​Supporting Zambia’s Chongwe​ region community to achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. 

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