2014

UK Government visa rules challenges thinking on integrated society

UK Government visa rules challenges thinking on integrated society

4 Medi 2014

When it comes to immigration, there are surely few people who would be better integrated into British culture than those who are married to (and, perhaps, parents of) British citizens. However, the UK Governments new visa rules, introduced in 2012, restrict the rights of citizens who want to bring their foreign spouses to live with them.

Pushing the pace of tree species migration

Pushing the pace of tree species migration

4 Medi 2014

In a new paper Dr Eli Lazurus and Dr Brian McGill explore the kind of intervention required to make a temperate forest biome keep up with the velocity of climate change.

NATO after the Wales summit

NATO after the Wales summit

3 Medi 2014

Security experts, NATO representatives and academics to examine challenges confronting the Alliance

Future Leaders Summit

Future Leaders Summit

2 Medi 2014

Cardiff student to represent UK at international public diplomacy event

Experts explore risks of sitting down at work

Arbenigwyr yn archwilio risgiau eistedd i lawr yn y gwaith

1 Medi 2014

Mae arbenigwyr iechyd o Fôn i Fynwy Cymru yn dod at ei gilydd ar gyfer seminar ar risgiau ymddygiad eisteddog yn y gwaith

Prestigious award for student support and wellbeing services

Dyfarniad mawreddog ar gyfer gwasanaethau cymorth a lles myfyrwyr

1 Medi 2014

University’s commitment to enhancing student experience recognised

Flower power

Pŵer blodau

1 Medi 2014

Why plants in the office make us more productive

An appetite for learning?

An appetite for learning?

21 Awst 2014

Educational reform can help lay the foundations for improving food security in the Turks and Caicos Islands

Minor variations in ice sheet size can trigger abrupt climate change

20 Awst 2014

Small fluctuations in the sizes of ice sheets during the last ice age were enough to trigger abrupt climate change, scientists have found.

English voters want hard line on Scotland

English voters want hard line on Scotland

20 Awst 2014

People in England want a hard line to be taken with Scotland, whatever the outcome of the independence referendum, according to research led by Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre.