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Celebrating Chinese New Year

15 February 2017

Community event brings staff and students together

Bilingualism and the arts under the magnifying glass

14 February 2017

Event considers bilingualism in literature and the creative industries

Learn Welsh in the Capital

We need your Welsh!

14 February 2017

Welsh speakers everywhere can contribute to a national language resource though new app

Gravitational waves

Documenting the discovery of gravitational waves

14 February 2017

A new book by Professor Harry Collins offers a real-time account of one of the most remarkable scientific discoveries ever made

Up the Revolution

10 February 2017

Leading historians from three capitals lead revolution-themed week in Russian Revolution centenary commemorations

Brass section, Symphony Orchestra

Strategic partnership leads to orchestra’s first trip to China

10 February 2017

An orchestra from the School of Music travels to China this month to perform alongside students from the College of Arts of Xiamen University.

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The human cost of war

10 February 2017

New AHRC study looks at memories of English Civil Wars and early modern systems of charity

Seeking to solve South Wales’ transport network problems

9 February 2017

Breakfast Briefing addresses major topic of consternation for businesses and communities

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Brexit hate crime

9 February 2017

Social Data Science Lab awarded £250,000 grant to set up centre to monitor Brexit-related hate crime on social media

Dr Edwin Egede (pictured centre, back row) with members of the African Union Commission ad hoc experts group.

African Union Commission group appoints Cardiff lecturer as independent expert

8 February 2017

Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law & International Relations, has recently been appointed as an independent expert of the African Union Commission ad hoc experts group.