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Interpreting Article 50

9 December 2016

As the Government’s appeal on Brexit has been heard by the Supreme Court, a Cardiff University academic says EU interpretation of Article 50 needs to be taken more seriously.

New A-level study resources launched

8 December 2016

Teachers and pupils introduced to new digital study resources

Academics lead growth workshop with Welsh drinks sector

8 December 2016

Cardiff University academics delivered a joint CO-Growth (Collaborative Operations for Growth) workshop with WRAP Cymru

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Peter Reynolds Composer Studio

8 December 2016

The studio will be run under the artistic direction of festival founder and composer John Metcalf and Dr Robert Fokkens.

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Students visit Senedd to discuss devolution with Lord Elis-Thomas

8 December 2016

Students from the School of Law and Politics' innovative module 'Devolution in Practice' recently visited the Senedd in Cardiff Bay for a special seminar session.

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Festive fun and fundraising

7 December 2016

Annual Christmas lights switch on held as a charity fundraising activity

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Disability employment gap

7 December 2016

Government is certain to miss its manifesto target to halve the disability employment gap by 2020

Dr Edwin Egede

Cardiff lecturer appointed as UN expert consultant

7 December 2016

Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations has recently been appointed as an expert consultant by the United Nations.

Analyse this

Analyse this

7 December 2016

To get ahead Social Analytics is the new skill to have in our data-driven world

Awards recognise student excellence

6 December 2016

School of Geography and Planning student awards for academic excellence