A commitment to research and innovation by the next Welsh Government will be key to building a successful and prosperous future, writes Professor Paul Boyle.
Student research shows the rising currency of Welsh History in England
Dr Richard Marsden reflects on the growing numbers of OU students choosing to research Welsh history
Wales in a Post-Brexit World
Kevin Morgan argues that Brexit should mean deeper, not looser, ties between Wales and its European neighbours
Making new connections to beat heart and circulatory disease in Wales
BHF Cymru want to make new connections to improve health in Wales
Education and Research – the future at risk
Hywel Ceri Jones calls on everyone who values investment in high quality research, education and skills to voice their opposition to the impact of Brexit.
Research is vital to Wales’ prosperity
Professor Hilary Lappin-Scott considers Professor Graeme Reid’s recently published review of government-funded research and innovation in Wales
The future of employment in Wales
David Jones says technology advances will change the shape of jobs in Wales forever.
Tax powers could halt Welsh economy’s downward spiral
Leanne Wood says a Plaid Cymru government in Cardiff Bay would negotiate a partnership of equals with Westminster
Learning lessons from Welsh flagship policy
Dylan Jones-Evans finds that the failed Technium initiative highights the need for more effective scrutiny of government policies