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Children create ebola comics

Comics created to help prevent the spread of Ebola

6 November 2014

Young people in West Africa illustrate key messages for communities.

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#Love or #Hate the Welsh accent?

4 November 2014

Cardiff University research reveals changing reactions on Twitter

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Collaborative Online Social Media Observatory contributes to potentially life-saving mobile app

31 October 2014

Research led by Professor Jonathan Scourfield has contributed to the creation of an online application designed to alert Twitter users if any of their friends show signs that they may be depressed or contemplating suicide.

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School of Modern Languages to play its part in flagship University project

31 October 2014

European foreign policy expert Professor Gordon Cummings will be on the Board of one of the Phoenix Project.

Law school international scholarship winners

Cardiff Law School awards £83,000 in scholarships to international students

31 October 2014

Over 20 international students attended a short ceremony hosted by the Law School and were presented with their International Scholarship Awards.

Cardiff Law researcher joins interdisciplinary team for crucial adoption study in Wales

31 October 2014

Dr Julie Doughty has teamed up with researchers in psychology, social sciences and policy from both Cardiff and Bristol University to promote successful adoption in Wales.

Cardiff riding high in new international league table

31 October 2014

The inaugural US News & World Report Global Universities Rankings places Cardiff 19th in the UK, 72nd in Europe and 188th in the world.

‘Hello Mr President’ – The School of Welsh celebrates with Ireland’s head of state

30 October 2014

Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, was in Wales for an official two-day visit along with his wife Sabina to celebrate the political, economic, educational and cultural connections between the two countries.

Living history - student steps back in time to the Tudor era

29 October 2014

Loti Flowers, a student from Crynant near Neath, will be swapping the life of a University student for that of a kitchen maid in the Tudor era with a new S4C living history programme, Y Llys.

Pictures speak a thousand words

28 October 2014

Images created during the First World War are to be on show and debated at a free event at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea.