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Women in computing pioneer recognised in the King’s Birthday Honours list

The founder of a ground-breaking conference dedicated to promoting the role of women in technology has been recognised in the King’s Birthday Honours list.

Aberystwyth University congratulates former Vice-Chancellor on being awarded a CBE

The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of Aberystwyth University have congratulated the University’s former Vice-Chancellor Professor Elizabeth Treasure on being awarded the CBE in the King’s Birthday Honours.

Domestic violence and abuse research initiative releases new British Sign Language resource

The Dewis Choice Initiative is marking World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (15 June) with the release of a British Sign Language version of its impactful animation highlighting the unique challenges that older adults face when domestic abuse occurs.

Are nasty jokes causing problems for elderly couples? New research begins

From classic knock-knock jokes to mother-in-law puns, researchers are looking at how humour affects older couples’ relationships.