Cardiff University
Cardiff University
04/26/2017 at 15:45. Facebook
Thanks to everyone who came to visit us today at #CUOpenDay. We hope you had a great day. Safe journey home. Come visit us again soon
Thanks to everyone who came to visit us today at CUOpenDay We
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Pam Perkins
Cardiff University
Cardiff University
04/26/2017 at 07:32. Facebook
Today is #CUOpenDay - a warm welcome to Cardiff University Wondering what you should see and do? ???? Check out our list of 7 things to do ⬇ We hope you have a great day with us!
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Ben Fayers
Cardiff University
Cardiff University
04/25/2017 at 16:31. Facebook
We're looking forward to welcoming lots of prospective students to Cardiff tomorrow at #CUOpenDay. Here's a glimpse of the city we call home ❤
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Cardiff University
Cardiff University
04/25/2017 at 08:23. Facebook
Is Wales on the brink of an electoral earthquake?

The Conservatives appear to be on course to win the majority of Welsh parliamentary seats for the first time in the democratic era, while Labour faces losing a general election in Wales for the first time since 1918.

Analysis of the latest Welsh Political Barometer poll from Professor Roger Scully, Wales Governance Centre ➡ [ Buff.ly Link ]...
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Ryan Marks
Billy Stephen Watkins
Chris Humphreys
Cardiff University will be playing a major role in the UK’s biggest dementia research initiative with the launch of a £13m dementia research centre. The centre is set to become the biggest investment Wales has ever received for scientific study into dementia.

Up to 60 scientific researchers will be employed, focusing on understanding the disease mechanisms and developing new therapies, as...
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Claire Louise Jones
Benyamin Ertefai
Lynda Culley
Some familiar locations in the first episode of Doctor Who - how many Cardiff Uni buildings did you spot?
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Simon Ashley Davies
Diana Whipp
Cardiff Innocence Project examines the cases of those who have been wrongfully convicted. Law students work in teams to prepare the case for appeal at the Criminal Cases Review Commission. They are the only UK Innocence Project to have been successful in overturning a case.

Students at Cardiff Innocence Project have created a campaign with The Justice Gap to commemorate the CCRC's 20th...
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Fakhar Cheema
Cardiff Law School Innocence Project
Wins for #TeamCardiff in the Welsh Varsity shield and cup ????⚽⛳????????‍♀????‍♀⛹‍♀????‍♂‍♀‍♀
Wins for TeamCardiff in the Welsh Varsity shield and cup
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The Centre for Student Life is a major investment in the student experience and part of our biggest campus upgrade in a generation. Work is due to start later in 2017 and the new facility, a partnership with the Students’ Union, is expected to be completed for the 2019/20 academic year. The Centre will create a central hub for student support services as well as offering modern, flexible...
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Natalie Ross
Sally Nelson
Cindy Howells
Dorothy White
Nathan Williams
Sue Morgan
WINNERS!!!! #TeamCardiff win to take home the #WelshVarsity cup. It was a draw in the shield so Cardiff retain! Well done everyone ❤
WINNERS TeamCardiff win to take home the WelshVarsity cup It was a
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Emily Steer
Iakovos Koulouris
We're super excited for this! #TeamCardiff ❤
We're super excited for this TeamCardiff ❤️
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It's #WelshVarsity day! Good luck to #TeamCardiff ❤⚽⛳????????‍♀⛹????‍♂‍♀‍♀
Its WelshVarsity day Good luck to TeamCardiff
Pleased to welcome the Welsh Government Minister for Skills and Science - Julie James AM - to hear how CUBRIC is playing a key role to better understand dementia, schizophrenia, epilepsy and MS.
Pleased to welcome the Welsh Government Minister for Skills and Science Julie
As the blossoms start to bloom around campus, here's a #ThrowbackThursday to 2015, when we captured the beautiful blooms around campus.
As the blossoms start to bloom around campus heres a ThrowbackThursday to
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Fabio Amorim
Adawiyah Rosli
Science is International
Artwork by Cardiff immunologist - Dr Simone Twohig - celebrates the international nature of research

Simone's work is just one of the ways in which we are celebrating the unique cultures and shared experiences of our students and staff as part of Global Week.

Find out more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Science is International Artwork by Cardiff immunologist Dr Simone Twohig celebrates the
With just under two weeks to go until this year's #WelshVarsity, here's a #throwbackthursday of our 1899 tennis club #TeamCardiff
With just under two weeks to go until this years WelshVarsity heres
Beverley Newcombe
Gabriela Caganda
Amr Nabil
Alice Lan Llorens
Claude Sh
#CardiffResearch finds that many new mothers feel watched, evaluated and judged. The study found that today’s mothers can be subjected to increased surveillance compared to the generation before. The mothers in the study described how this intrusive policing of lifestyle choices began in pregnancy and then continued to impact on their everyday lives, particularly through infant...
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Lara Evans
Claire Lane
Anna Field
Why pay for pain? Extreme and painful adventure challenges can help office workers deal with the impact of a sedentary lifestyle, according to new research.

Focusing on the adventure challenge Tough Mudder, a team of researchers set about trying to understand why people pay for an experience that is deliberately marketed as painful.
Why pay for pain Extreme and painful adventure challenges can help office

Why pay for pain?

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