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Transforming society through digital technologies

29 January 2015

Experts and activists will debate the new world of digital data at a Cardiff University conference this Friday (30 January 2015), which will identify the challenges and opportunities of digital media for citizens and society.

Black and white photograph of Margaret Evans Roberts

Putting Welsh-American pioneer back on historic map

29 January 2015

A Cardiff University historian is helping put one of Wales’ long-forgotten pioneers back on the historic map in a new programme shining light on the writer and women’s rights campaigner, Margaret Roberts.

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Biscuits help resolve climate change controversy

29 January 2015

New analysis of seafloor sediments has provided scientists with direct evidence of dramatic natural changes in oceanic, atmospheric, climatic and ecological conditions, resolving long-standing controversy around climate change.

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Report reveals public attitudes to climate change

29 January 2015

The results of a new study led by the University, published a year on from the major winter flooding, show that the British public’s belief in the reality of climate change and its human causes rose significantly last year - and is now at its highest since 2005.

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50 years of Occupational Therapy education

29 January 2015

Fifty years of occupational therapy education in Wales, which has helped thousands of people living with health and social issues to get on with their everyday lives.

Abdul Rahim speaking at a Vision 2020 network event, with Jasper Hemmes standing behind

Researchers eye multi-billion Euro research pot

29 January 2015

Cardiff University’s researchers and Welsh businesses could benefit from a share of research funding worth billions of Euros.

Sally Holland

Cardiff Professor Appointed as Children’s Commissioner for Wales

28 January 2015

Cardiff University's Professor Sally Holland has today been appointed as the new Children's Commissioner for Wales.

Mesuro logo on piece of equipment

Canadian company acquires Cardiff engineering spin-out Mesuro

28 January 2015

A Welsh engineering company born out of Cardiff University's innovative microwave research has been bought by Montreal-based Focus Microwaves Inc.

Public Policy Institute For Wales

Welsh think tank marks a successful first year

28 January 2015

Today the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW) celebrates its first anniversary.

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World Cup ref blows the whistle on mental health

27 January 2015

Former international rugby referee Clive Norling is encouraging thousands in Wales to take part in mental health research.