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Newyddion

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Wasted: The impact of Alcohol & Violence on the NHS

Wasted: The impact of Alcohol & Violence on the NHS

11 Chwefror 2019

New research has found that consuming any more than just one unit a day may have adverse cognitive effects for some.

Crime & Security Research News

11 Chwefror 2019

Our latest newsletter including an interview with Bellingcat, a study into AI robots developing prejudice and the Cardiff Model being adopted in the US to tackle the opioid Crisis

Neil Basu

New CSRI Video Featuring Neil Basu, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner

5 Chwefror 2019

New video from the CSRI featuring Neil Basu, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner

Jonathan Shepherd

UDA yn mabwysiadu system gwrth-drais y DU

16 Tachwedd 2018

Cefnogaeth i 'Fodel Caerdydd' ar lefel ffederal

Worldwide connections

O Funud i Fisoedd

24 Hydref 2018

Arbenigwyr blaenllaw ym maes gwrth-derfysgaeth yn cynnig arweiniad newydd o ran cyfathrebu i alluogi awdurdodau i reoli effaith ymosodiadau terfysgol yn well

Robots

Allai robotiaid â deallusrwydd artiffisial ddatblygu'r arfer o wahaniaethu ar eu pennau eu hunain?

7 Medi 2018

Arbenigwyr cyfrifiadureg a seicoleg yn awgrymu nad ffenomenon ddynol yn unig yw gwahaniaethu, ac y gallai peiriannau awtonomaidd fod yn agored i hynny

Image of Catherine King in a graduation gown with members of Cardiff University staff

A first class performance by Crime and Security CUROP placement students

19 Gorffennaf 2018

Three of our Crime and Security summer placement students have graduated with first class honours.

Crime and Security Reporting Magazine Issue 2 front cover

Second edition of Crime and Security reporting magazine published

10 Gorffennaf 2018

The second edition of the Crime and Security Reporting Magazine is available for download now, and contains details of all our most recent research, news and events.

Abstract image of a digital map

InfoWare Conference 2018, Venice

27 Mehefin 2018

Crime and Security Research Institute PhD student Chris Simpkin presents his research on 'Scalable Vector Symbolic Architecture Approach for Decentralized Workflows' at the COLLA2018 Conference, Venice.