News

Bog body featured in Bog Bodies Uncovered

International awards grow for real-life ancient forensic thriller

21 November 2016

A new book that explores the mystery of Europe’s ‘bog bodies’ and sheds new light on our prehistoric past has scooped its second prestigious international award.

Senior Conservator working on the Bronze Age vessel recently excavated in North Wales

Hidden Bronze Age grave treasures conserved

15 November 2016

Hidden Bronze Age grave treasures conserved

Sepia map of South Africa with pin marker

Remaking the map

15 November 2016

Tracing the impact of South African and Dutch links at turning point of global trade

Prayer against sunset

Religion and the news

28 October 2016

Understanding how religion shapes lives, politics and conflict, at home and abroad

Russian Building

From Russia, with learning

21 October 2016

Leading Russian university academics make historic exchange visit to Wales through international scheme

Welcome reception

Young Norwegians visit Cardiff amid Dahl centenary celebrations

20 October 2016

A century after the birth of one of their most celebrated sons, young Norwegians have visited the city where Roald Dahl was born in a flourishing of links with Cardiff University.

Festival Crowd

Old enough to be in a museum

20 October 2016

Sŵn turns 10 in style

1066 Bayeux Tapestry

Food culture after 1066

10 October 2016

950 years on from the Battle of Hastings, how far did the Norman Conquest impact on diet, habits and health?

iPad with cutout characters on

Exploring utopia

5 October 2016

CAER Model Village project gives young people the chance to reimagine their community on film

archaeologist Rhiannon Philp showed presenter Tessa Dunlop on the Gower peninsular.

Walking in prehistoric footsteps

22 September 2016

A Cardiff University PhD student is shedding light on what the Welsh coastline can tell us about our prehistoric ancestors and the world they inhabited millennia ago in a new BBC2 series.