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Extreme violence and abuse commonplace in elite kitchens around the world, study reveals

23 January 2023

Research lifts the lid on pressure experienced in the most prestigious restaurants

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Conference brings together PhD community

23 January 2023

A PhD mini conference held at Cardiff Business School brought together the research community and generated brilliant student feedback.

McAllister in the running for UEFA post

20 January 2023

Professor Laura McAllister has been nominated for election to the UEFA Executive Committee

Languages for All

18 January 2023

Applications now open

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“My placement year got me a dream start to my career.”

16 January 2023

Placement student Amy blogs about her work experience year.

1.	 Stacked mummy pots, each containing a mummified ibis. South Ibis Catacomb, North Saqqara

Dating the Dead

16 January 2023

Revolutionising the chronology and context at Saqqara’s Sacred Animal Necropolis

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Enabling public servants to succeed

16 January 2023

What it takes to be a 21st century public servant was the topic of discussion at a breakfast briefing held at Cardiff Business School.

Chinese God of Wealth at the Royal Mint

13 January 2023

Senior Lecturer, Wei Shao, was commissioned by the Royal Mint to assist with the creation of a gold bullion bar featuring the Chinese God Wealth, Guan Gong, for Chinese New Year.

Image of a football with the Welsh dragon printed on it. The football is on the pitch in a stadium.

Together stronger: values and visions of Welsh football

13 January 2023

Putting Wales on the world map alongside the values and vision of Welsh football was the topic of discussion at a Cardiff Business School Breakfast Briefing.

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Devolution, independence and Wales’ fiscal deficit

12 January 2023

‘Long-standing underperformance’ as part of the UK leading to difficult prospects for Wales, say researchers