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9 January 2018
Two academics secure new funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
19 December 2017
Recent graduate secures national recognition for her dissertation on gender and nationality in a post-conflict environment
18 December 2017
Research finds US poultry does not meet EU safety standards and warns shoppers would be safer if UK kept European standards
14 December 2017
School hosts Ukrainian delegation from Lugansk National Agrarian University
11 December 2017
Report reveals economic performance of Britain’s regions and cities
Annual event recognises student achievement and high-performance
6 December 2017
Dr Peter Mackie nominated at the Wales Social Research Awards
23 November 2017
Dr Ana Moragues Faus convened a meeting of city networks in the Milan Food Policy Pact conference in Valencia in October
Lecture addresses prioritising justice in planning practice and policy
27 October 2017
Food security and sustainability expert addresses inquiry into rethinking food strategies in Wales.
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