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What are journalists doing to fight back against disinformation?

16 September 2019

Researchers working with broadcasters to assess impact of their output

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Research to measure use of digital technologies among businesses in Wales

12 September 2019

Fourth annual survey collects insights on how broadband can improve performance

RTPI recognition for graduate

11 September 2019

MSc Spatial Planning and Development graduate scoops prestigious student research award

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Gender stereotypes present in sperm donor recruitment marketing, research concludes

9 September 2019

Academic welcomes changes made to advertising rules

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Confidence in Welsh business sector despite UK uncertainty

5 September 2019

Economic Intelligence Wales releases first annual report

Reignite a passion for politics

4 September 2019

Are you thinking about returning to education after some time away? If you’re over 18 and have a keen interest in Welsh, UK and International politics our pathway to a degree in politics and international relations might be just what you’re looking for.

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Businesses in Wales benefit from £1m to develop new ideas

4 September 2019

First innovation cohort chosen following widespread interest from creative sector

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Lean in HE

4 September 2019

School’s lean expertise showcased in new text

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Major funding win for national research centre

3 September 2019

Academics to investigate key challenges facing society

Professor Norman Doe and Professor Mark Hill (centre) pictured with Christopher Jones (Solicitor, Harris and Harris, and a Cardiff law graduate), and Very Revd Dr John Davies, Dean of Wells Cathedral

Wells Cathedral welcomes Law and Religion professors for Bekynton lecture

27 August 2019

This July, Mark Hill, QC, Honorary Professor at Cardiff and a leading member of the Centre for Law and Religion at the School of Law and Politics, delivered the second in the series of Bekynton Lectures on Law and Religion at Wells Cathedral.