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Working with Translation

17 April 2018

A free online course which stresses the importance of translation and interpreting in today’s multilingual society launched its fourth session this March.

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Symphony Orchestra album reviewed in The Times

10 April 2018

A recording by Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra has been awarded a 4* review in The Times

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Dow Jones workshop tackles fake news

6 April 2018

Students and executives from Dow Jones collaborate to improve trust in news coverage.

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The “Disunited Kingdom”

5 April 2018

Leading political commentator casts doubt on future of the UK

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Academics at the forefront of research into Brexit

29 March 2018

Cardiff University experts informing the debate

Series heralding hidden histories of Britain’s towns draws on University expertise

29 March 2018

Leading Roman archaeologist acts as historical consultant

Places of worship as symbols of unity and division

29 March 2018

Event looked at how modern places of worship can often divide as well as unite communities

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Citizen science in rural Brazil

29 March 2018

Interdisciplinary team aim to extend environmental achievements

Medieval Romance 30 Years On

28 March 2018

More than 65 academic experts from six countries head to Cardiff for the Biennial Medieval Insular Romance Conference this spring.

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Creative Writing talents past and present scoop prestigious bursaries

27 March 2018

Two talents from Creative Writing at the University have been awarded £3,000 Writers Bursaries recognising new writing voices in Wales.