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King Henry VIII’s favourite ship, the Mary Rose, was made up of a multinational crew

5 May 2021

Study reveals new insights into the contributions of individuals from diverse backgrounds to Tudor society

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Student exploring asylum seeker experience wins Welsh development award

4 May 2021

A School of Law and Politics student has been awarded a £2500 development award to carry out a community project on asylum seekers.

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Uncovering Josephine Baker’s hidden wartime history

4 May 2021

Professor of French, Hanna Diamond has won a two year Leverhulme research fellowship to write a new book charting the wartime experiences of entertainer, Josephine Baker.

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Leaders in research, innovation and engagement

30 April 2021

Researchers recognised at Logistics and operations Management Section conference

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GIRO-ZERO secures government funding

29 April 2021

Transatlantic partnership collaborates on zero emissions strategy

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Government policy on employment tribunals based on wrongly inflated figures, study finds

23 April 2021

Cardiff University student presents PhD research at British Sociological Association conference

Report highlights CS cluster’s resilience

22 April 2021

Welsh Economic Research Unit evaluates economic baseline.

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Chinese researchers celebrated by top publisher

21 April 2021

Cardiff expert featured for Huawei research

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Alumna gets Twitter boost from Theo Paphitis

20 April 2021

Sin bin clothing company spotlighted on Small Business Sunday

Call for urgent action on energy drinks as new UK research reveals daily use among young people

14 April 2021

First analysis of trends among young people shows widening gap in consumption between socioeconomic groups