Fresh light on stained glass window
Cardiff archaeologists are to use modern technology in a study which could provide valuable new evidence in preserving medieval stained glass windows.
Smoke Free University
On 2 April 2007 the Welsh Assembly Government's Smoke Free Premises etc (Wales) Regulations 2007 come into force.
Killing the messenger
More than 1,000 journalists have been killed trying to report the news in the last decade, a study based on research from the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies has found.
Defining the indefinable?
The government's independent reviewer of terrorism laws, Lord Carlile of Berriew, will visit Cardiff University (March 29) to give a public lecture on ‘Terrorism: Defining the indefinable?’
Leading criminologist to head new institute
An international expert in the field of criminology has been appointed to lead the first institute in England and Wales dedicated to addressing issues facing modern police forces.
First image of a galaxy torn apart
A striking image showing one galaxy being ripped apart by a cluster of other galaxies has been obtained by an international team led by a Cardiff astronomer.
Investing in Volunteers
Cardiff University’s student-led volunteering charity has received a UK award recognising its commitment to volunteering.
For the first time in thirty years, a major new translation recreates a storytelling masterpiece from the world of medieval Wales.
St David's Day Lecture
Cardiff University is to mark St David’s Day with a discussion on the impact of devolution on citizenship.