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History of Roman Eunuchs revealed

16 May 2022

Ancient historian writes first book devoted to Roman eunuchs

Stock photo of classroom with male teacher sat at a desk reading with two pupils, one girl and one boy

New resource to monitor children's reading progress

16 May 2022

A team of Cardiff University researchers, led by the School of Welsh, have designed a new standardised reading test for Welsh-medium schools

Lim Jia Yun Ruth, Amelia Jefford, Lord Lloyd-Jones, Ken Chiu, Law Jing Yu

Cardiff mooters take final to Supreme Court

16 May 2022

Not many students have the opportunity to showcase their skills in a real court of law but this May, third year law students Ken Chiu, Law Jing Yu, Lim Jia Yun Ruth and Amelia Jefford did just that, in a mooting competition at the UK Supreme Court.

Understanding Muslim Mental Health

16 May 2022

Training for professionals aimed at increasing awareness of the challenges facing Muslim communities

The Return of the State And Why It Is Essential for Our Health, Wealth and Happiness

13 May 2022

Following decades of neoliberalism, a Cardiff academic argues in his new book that a return to a state that promotes the public interest and protects the common good is urgently needed following the COVID-19 pandemic.

School celebrates excellent results in REF 2021

12 May 2022

Sociology and Education achieve excellent research impact, quality and environment results.

School of Geography and Planning 9th in UK for research power

12 May 2022

Celebrating success in the latest Research Excellence Framework

Outstanding research at the School of Music

12 May 2022

Celebrating success in the latest Research Excellence Framework

Research with impact

12 May 2022

Celebrating research impact and power in Research Excellence Framework 2021

The power of research

12 May 2022

Celebrating research power in Research Excellence Framework 2021