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Founding trustee and Chairman of the Alacrity Foundation, Simon J. Gibson OBE is to share his wisdom at Cemas’ fourth Wales app showcase, being held at Cardiff City Stadium on the 17th of September.
Last Friday (11th July) saw the 2014 edition of the Wales Games Development Show at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff.
CEMAS and The University of South Wales were proud to sponsor the annual Welsh gaming industry event and showcased a selection of outstanding work produced by our app games and computer developers and students alike.
The Archwilio app developed by CEMAS in partnership with the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts receives a certificate of high commendation at the British Archaeological Awards 2014.
The Archwilio app developed by CEMAS in association with the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts has been nominated for an award at the prestigious British Archaeology Awards
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