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Trump, trade wars and China – an interview with Mike Wilson, Panalpina

Posted on 20 November 2018 by Laura Kendrick

Mike Wilson, pictured, Global Head of Logistics and Manufacturing at Panalpina, is a newly chaired Honorary Visiting Professor at Cardiff Business School. Here, he talks to Professor Aris Sytentos, from the School’s Panalpina Research Centre, about supply chains, Sino-US trade wars and who will be the ultimate winners in global logistics. Aris: Let’s start with
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Guest post: Linda Hazzard – Living with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL)

Posted on 8 November 2018 by Laura Kendrick

Linda Hazzard won the ‘People’s Choice’ Social Media Competition at Cardiff’s 20th Innovation and Impact Awards earlier this year. A former local government employee from Weston-Super-Mare, Linda voted for Cardiff University spinout TeloNostiX, crowned ‘People’s Choice’ thanks to overwhelming public support. The company has developed a tool that helps clinicians and patients understand the likely
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Chinese delegates visit Institute for Compound Semiconductors

Posted on 5 November 2018 by Heath Jeffries

Cardiff’s Institute for Compound Semiconductors (ICS) has played host to officials from Chongqing Municipal Government in south western China. The party of ten delegates visited the University to get to know more about the business opportunities offered by the Compound Semiconductor cluster in South Wales. Hosted by Welsh Government, the visit brought together ICS Director,
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Innovation breeds innovation: from violence prevention to the UK What Works Council

Posted on 26 October 2018 by Laura Kendrick

Author: Professor Jonathan Shepherd In July 1997 I took the plunge. My research had told me years previously that hospital A&Es are sources of unique data about violence which could be used to drive better targeted policing. The implication was that violence could be prevented more effectively if data from A&Es and police were pooled
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