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Uniting research and practice Uniting research and practice

14/10/13

Expertise exchange offers unique insight into television production

One of the family One of the family

14/10/13

Wales to share in ESRC’s £64m Big Data funding investment

‘Enduring social networks and better jobs’ ‘Enduring social networks and better jobs’

04/10/13

Assisted place holders reap benefits from private education

Understanding Muslim Chaplaincy Understanding Muslim Chaplaincy

04/10/13

New book reveals vital role of Muslim chaplains

Q-Step logo Overhauling quantitative social science training

03/10/13

Cardiff awarded a share of £19.5 million for ambitious programme

Tracing Lines Tracing Lines

30/09/13

Composer traces South African roots on new CD

Raising attainment and aspirations Raising attainment and aspirations

26/09/13

Student support for school pupils expands with new homework club partnership

Leading Social Science research Leading Social Science research

26/09/13

Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods appoints new Director

Boost for Cardiff as new term gets underway Boost for Cardiff as new term gets underway

26/09/13

Five lecturers appointed through the Coleg’s Academic Staffing Scheme

Realising their ambitions Realising their ambitions

24/09/13

Adult learners progress onto degrees at Cardiff

Prof M Williams Hate crime is a daily reality

23/09/13

Biggest study reveals nature and impact of hate crime

Student writing Literacy level divide

04/09/13

Research reveals English children outperform Welsh children in literacy

Excavation site 2,500 year-old human remains discovered

02/09/13

Piecing together Iron Age life at Britain’s largest hillfort

Violence as emotional dominance Violence as emotional dominance

09/08/13

Eminent sociologist tackles causes behind violent situations in Distinguished Lecture

Vice Chancellor Professor Colin Riordan What are universities for?

08/08/13

What are universities for? Everybody knows that universities exist to educate students and help to create a highly educated workforce. Most people know they're also the place where research is done that ends up in technologies like smartphones, fuel-efficient cars and advanced medical care. That means universities are a critical part of the innovation process.

Neil Stephens Researching the laboratory grown burger

05/08/13

Cardiff sociologist investigates social and ethical impacts of in-vitro meat

Gamer Online gaming

05/08/13

Study highlights need for more social responsibility

The School of Welsh in the Eisteddfod

02/08/13

The School of Welsh offers a taste of Cardiff to the National Eisteddfod

Whizzkids poster Drawing on a life with HIV

31/07/13

Teenagers in South Africa helped by pioneering Cardiff University project

Lost royal deer park discovered Lost royal deer park discovered

31/07/13

Cardiff-led excavations reveal new history of Brynkir