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2015

Women adding value to the economy

Employers take up challenge to close gender pay gaps in Wales

17 June 2015

Three public sector organisations in Wales, employing a combined total of nearly 23,000 staff, have taken up the challenge to try to close the long-standing problem of gender pay gaps in the labour market

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Construction award for £13.5m teaching centre

16 June 2015

The new £13.5m postgraduate centre at Cardiff Business School has picked up a major award at an event which celebrates the best of construction in Wales.

Adult students sat on grass looking at notes

University offers adult learners Pathways to degrees

16 June 2015

Degree learning pathways showcased during Adult Learner's Week.

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Cardiff Business School ranked First for research impact by international marketing journal

15 June 2015

The Marketing and Strategy section at Cardiff Business School has been ranked in first position by a new study published in the Australasian Marketing Journal. Maryland, Rice, Dartmouth and Duke universities also feature in the top five.

Marcel Kittel winning Velothon Berlin

Thousands of cyclists descend on the University for Velothon Wales

12 June 2015

University buildings will be the backdrop for the first ever event Velothon Majors in Wales..

Animal remains

“Globally unparalleled” evidence of prehistoric Welsh feasting practices unearthed by archaeologists

11 June 2015

New research led by archaeologists at Cardiff University has showcased "globally unparalleled" evidence of a unique prehistoric pork-focused feasting practice in South Wales.

setting up lights in lab

Cardiff researchers showcase pioneering lightning facility

11 June 2015

A Cardiff University lab will throw open its doors tonight to show how a pioneering team are developing ground-breaking lightning research.

Professor Colin Riordan

University’s influence ripples through both the Welsh and the wider UK economy

10 June 2015

I was delighted that the Minister for Economy, Science and Transport, Edwina Hart AM, was recently able to visit the site of our £44M Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC).

Petri dish containing bacteria

Wiping out ‘superbugs’

10 June 2015

Study shows clinical detergent wet wipes spread hospital 'superbugs'

Edwina stood with builders on CUBRIC construction site

Economy Minister visits site of University’s new brain imaging hub

10 June 2015

Welsh Government Minster for Economy Science and Transport, Edwina Hart AM, has visited the site of the University's new Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC).