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The Body, the Grotesque and Carnival in the Music of Pavel Haas

6 June 2016

Research by PhD student Martin Čurda proposes a new interpretative framework for approaching the work of Czech composer Pavel Haas

Hay Festival 2015

Bringing Dahl home

6 June 2016

Wales of the Unexpected at the Hay Festival

Llion Roberts

Lecturer wins the Môn Eisteddfod Chair

4 June 2016

Director of Teaching and Learning wind his second Chair at the Anglesey Eisteddfod 2016.

Illustration of potential Metro network

Exploring the wider economic and regional benefits of the South Wales Metro

3 June 2016

Professor of Practice in Connectivity, Mark Barry to examine opportunities of South Wales Metro.

Luiz Costa and Pedro Faria Gomes

Poema

2 June 2016

Work by Dr Pedro Faria Gomes features in a new Naxos recording released this month

Andrea Frank

Sustainable urban development

2 June 2016

International project explores use of green infrastructure

Homeless man asleep on the floor

Social Impact Award

1 June 2016

Changing the way Wales supports homeless people

Nicole Ayiomamitou

Business Innovation Award

1 June 2016

‘Lean inventories’: finding the formula to predict demand for products

Domestic violence report

Impact on Policy Award

1 June 2016

Tackling violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in Wales

The Cardiff Sports Law Negotiation Team - Fidel Otafirre, Adam Munn, Roma Raja Rai and Calvin Cheng.

Sports Law students impress at inaugural negotiation competition

1 June 2016

A team of Cardiff Law students took part in the UK’s first Sports Law Negotiation Competition last month hosted by Leeds firm, Shulmans LLP.