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Collaboration and neutrality beyond Europe

15 August 2023

Twilight zone between war and peace: Macau revealed

Award-winning article

14 August 2023

The ground-breaking research of a team of archaeologists takes prized award

Heritage Crafts Annual Awards

14 July 2023

Conservation professional shortlisted in prestigious awards

Early medieval Wales revisited

27 June 2023

Historian’s latest book wins prize for best work in Welsh history

Digging archaeology

27 June 2023

Summertime and the digging is easy: archaeology and conservation students head out on degree highlight placements

Mid shot man smiling at camera with archaeological dig in the background

Excavation of Bronze Age enclosure hidden under city park

21 June 2023

Volunteers from Caerau and Ely investigate well-preserved flooring and other unique features of ancient structure

A woman looks into the camera and smiles

Three of the USA’s brightest students choose Cardiff University for prestigious scholarships

8 March 2023

Marshall and Fulbright programmes give successful applicants the opportunity to study in the UK

A man interviews a woman on a stage. Each are speaking into microphones. A Radio 4 table cloth is draped over a small table between the two people. An audience looks on.

Inspiring young people to live a life scientific

6 March 2023

University experiments, workshops and demonstrations delivered as part of city’s science festival

Conservation and the Climate Crisis

24 January 2023

Cardiff conservators design training for practical implementation in museums

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