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Six Nations fever hits Cardiff

Posted on 23 February 2017 by Susie Bailey

Rugby in Wales is like a religion. As January draws to an end you can almost taste the anticipation in the air for the coming Six Nations tournament. When asked about a favourite memory of Cardiff, rugby is often an occasion that Cardiff alumni fondly remember. Dragons painted on cheeks, daffodil hats and singing along to
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#CardiffCariad – We found love in Cardiff

Posted on 14 February 2017 by Susie Bailey

Time spent studying at Cardiff University can be life changing in many ways, it is often where you live independently for the first time, discover new interests and make plans to shape your future career. For a number of Cardiff alum it is also the place where they fell in love. This Valentines week we’ll be sharing
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The running diaries – #TeamCardiff 2017

Posted on 23 January 2017 by Susie Bailey

Alex Norton (BA 2015) has joined #TeamCardiff for the 2017 Cardiff University/ Cardiff Half Marathon. In the 8 months leading up to the race he’ll be sharing his training highs and lows – currently the lows are winning but Alex is hoping a high is just around the next bend. “In deepest, darkest January, the prospect
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#TeamCardiff 2017- Ready, Steady, GO!

Posted on 3 January 2017 by Susie Bailey

Run in the footsteps of champions and fundraise for Cardiff University in the Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon 2017. Come to our launch event to find out how you can be part of #TeamCardiff and find out how you can make a difference. Your hard work, training and dedication will help Cardiff University transform lives for the
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Cardiff strikes gold

Posted on 21 November 2016 by Susie Bailey

The world-leading Cardiff Catalysis Institute (CCI) is moving from strength to strength in 2016. From creating gold catalysts that are revolutionising the manufacturing industry, to advances in water purification and cleaner car emissions, these are just some ways in which Cardiff scientists are translating catalysis research into areas that the public will find valuable and
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Aberfan remembered

Posted on 18 November 2016 by Susie Bailey

On 21 October 1966, a massive spoil-heap slid onto the mining village of Aberfan near Merthyr Tydfil, burying Pantglas Junior School in the valley below and killing 116 children and 28 adults. This tragic event changed the lives of many and the way mines and quarries were managed for the future. To commemorate the tragedy,
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