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Time-travelling playground swings into action

15 September 2021

Prehistoric-themed outdoor space opens thanks to local funding support

Importance of non-verbal communication in remote working to be focus of research

14 September 2021

Gestures, gazes, and nods during online meetings to be studied alongside spoken words

Creative students make their mark on the Centre for Student Life

14 September 2021

Original artwork to represent services offered in new University landmark

Greatest Viking treasure celebrated

14 September 2021

National accolade for project exploring Viking legacy on English language

Conservation champion recognised in prestigious national awards

13 September 2021

Professor of Conservation nominated in Woman in STEM category of Chwarae Teg Womenspire Awards 2021

Basil Davies Award for Learn Welsh Cardiff trio

10 September 2021

Learners achieve highest scores in Welsh for Adults examinations

9/11 prepared firms for economic effects of COVID-19, research finds

9 September 2021

New York firms that ‘survived’ 9/11 saved billions of dollars of market value during Covid

Taking new research into feasting and ancient diet to modern masses at Stonehenge.

Savouring the prehistoric at the British Science Festival

8 September 2021

Guerrilla Archaeology serve up Neolithic menu at Stonehengebury's

Chinese calligraphy and conversation clubs keep language learners’ skills alive

8 September 2021

This summer, the Cardiff Confucius Institute ran two clubs aiming to support language learners over the summer months.

Flight cancellations, consumer rights and the COVID-19 pandemic

8 September 2021

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the School of Law and Politics and Cardiff Business School are investigating consumer awareness of legal rights during the pandemic.