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Digital economy

Working from home? The UK’s broadband and wifi will be put to the test

Posted on 31 March 2020 by Dylan Henderson

In our latest post, Dr Dylan Henderson assesses the resilience of the UK’s broadband infrastructure as people prepare to work from home in an effort to slow down the spread of coronavirus. The UK government’s announcement that people should work at home “wherever possible” shifts more focus towards the robustness of the country’s broadband network
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Health and wellbeing

Disability onset: what are the effects on individual wellbeing over time?

Posted on 25 March 2020 by John Poole

In our latest post, John Poole introduces his doctoral research on the impact of disability onset on individual wellbeing in the UK. How satisfied do you feel with life on a scale of 0-10, all things considered? According to data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in December 2019, if you thought of
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AI for FinTech

Posted on 5 March 2020 by gavinpowell

On Tuesday 25 February 2020, we hosted a FinTech for AI event on behalf of FinTech Wales and co-sponsor In our latest post, Gavin Powell, their General Secretary, reflects on the event. It was one of those great moments where all the hard work that’s happening with FinTech in Wales suddenly makes sense and
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Circular economy

Our circular economy makeover

Posted on 27 February 2020 by Carolyn Strong

In the summer of 2019, Dr Carolyn Strong and Cardiff Business School’s Estates Strategy Committee, set about a refurbishment project with a difference. They wanted to breathe new life into our offices, teaching rooms and social spaces in a way that wouldn’t compromise our public value principles. Sourcing and installing circular economy products from UK
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