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Helping tackle the UK's engineering skills shortage
Professor Danielle George has sent an open letter to government to embed engineering into primary school learning and support #EngineeringKidsFutures.
New stroke drug shows exciting potential
Manchester scientists have formulated and tested a clot-busting drug that is able to effectively restore blood flow in the brains of mice.
Psychiatrist bags lifetime achievement award
Professor Louis Appleby has won the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
New study improves disease diagnosis
Manchester scientists find that whole genome sequencing can uncover rare disease diagnoses bringing enormous benefits across the NHS.
University becomes centre for AI research
The European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems added Manchester as a partner of its global members.
Project to provide access to environmental data
A £7 million project led by experts at the University is to develop a pioneering digital hub to provide easy access to an extensive range of the UK’s environmental data.
Experts warn aid sector unprepared for climate change
Manchester experts have warned that the humanitarian aid sector is unprepared for the escalating crises caused by climate change.
The University of Manchester's research beacons are examples of pioneering discoveries, interdisciplinary collaboration and cross-sector partnerships that are tackling some of the biggest questions facing the planet.