Ewch i’r prif gynnwys

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Community engagement

School award-winners take centre stage at national engagement conference

10 Rhagfyr 2015

Leading members of the award-winning CAER Heritage Project addressed colleagues leading engagement in Higher Education across the UK at Engage 2015 this month.

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship announced

3 Rhagfyr 2015

The School of History, Archaeology and Religion is delighted to announce a prized Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship for 2016.

Where do we come from? DNA Cymru

20 Tachwedd 2015

Cardiff academics participate in S4C’s Cymru DNA Wales set to answer the big questions

Innovative Walking with Romans app wins Heritage award

29 Hydref 2015

An innovative app using historical expertise from a Cardiff University academic has won a Discover Heritage Award.

Gemma McBader

Alumna wins Student Conservator award in UK’s coveted ICON awards

23 Hydref 2015

In the Institute of Conservation (ICON) national awards, a Cardiff University student has once again been awarded Student Conservator of the Year at a prestigious ceremony

Your Country needs YOU!

21 Hydref 2015

Seeking photos revealing First World War Middle Eastern front for new research

Ancient Botany book cover

Ancient Botany: Latest book from Cardiff academic draws on history and science

15 Hydref 2015

A new book from a Cardiff University academic out this month is a major overview of Ancient Botany, blending historical and botanical expertise in a uniquely thematic exploration.

Centre for Islam

Canolfan Astudiaethau Islam y Brifysgol yn 10 oed

1 Hydref 2015

Cyfarfod rhyng-ffydd hanesyddol yn garreg filltir.

Ancient inscription translated by Attic Inscriptions Online

Latest treasure trove of Ancient Athenian inscriptions revealed

29 Medi 2015

Attic Inscriptions Online (AIO) has announced the publication of over 130 new English translations of inscriptions from ancient Athens, making a total of 648 now available.

Aerial view of Ely area

Animeiddiad Prosiect Treftadaeth CAER

25 Medi 2015

Gwreiddiau'r ddinas yn dod yn fyw mewn ffilm gymunedol