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Combatting crime and corruption in many of the world’s ports

11 October 2016

Seafarers routinely face threats of coercion and blackmail in many ports around the world, according to a major new project from the Seafarers International Research Centre.

Julian Hodge atrium

Funding renewal for long-standing partnership

11 October 2016

Hodge Foundation funds Cardiff University research institute

sculpture of Aristotle

Science Café talks Aristotle

10 October 2016

Cardiff University academics contribute to BBC Radio Wales’ Science Cafe

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?

Iris Prize Logo

Cardiff University supports Iris Prize

10 October 2016

Sponsorship of Youth Jury Award for Best Short film at major film festival

Dr Christopher Hood

British Association for Japanese Studies appoints Cardiff scholar as President

7 October 2016

Dr Christopher Hood, Reader in Japanese Studies was recently appointed President of the British Association for Japanese Studies (BAJS).

Front cover of the CD sleeve for Kenneth Hamilton's new CD

Kenneth Hamilton plays Ronald Stevenson

7 October 2016

Professor Kenneth Hamilton has recorded the first in a new series of CD releases dedicated to the piano music of composer Ronald Stevenson

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Influencing social and political change at book launch

7 October 2016

Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Adviser at Oxfam GB, launches his new book at the School

Deloitte placement up for grabs

6 October 2016

Undergraduate students offered opportunity to secure a one year placement in Zurich

Conservative Party Conference

Who speaks for England?

6 October 2016

Fewer voters trust the Conservatives to stand up for England, academics tell conference