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Pharmacology - Dec 12, 2019
![CDATA[ - This week Graphene@Manchester hosted a jam-packed two-day (10-11 December) event showcasing the hottest topics in the field of graphene. The event saw over 100 delegates take to Manchester for a chance to find out how they can benefit from working with the one-atom-thick material.
Health - Dec 15, 2015
Health

A University of Manchester biologist has for the first time established that the painful and debilitating symptoms endured by osteoarthritis sufferers are intrinsically linked to the human body clock.

Physics - Dec 7, 2015
Physics

Graphene composite-based planes could be a step closer to reality as a result of a partnership between The University of Manchester and a leading Chinese aviation company.

Social Sciences - Nov 26, 2015

We welcome your feedback. Please help us improve The University of Manchester website by completing a short questionnaire at the end of your visit. Yes, I'll give feedback No, thanks The Rory and Elizabeth Brooks Doctoral College will sit within the new Global Development Institute.

Social Sciences - Nov 20, 2015
Social Sciences

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Art and Design - Nov 19, 2015
Art and Design

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Administration - Dec 8, 2015
Administration

Study finds that benefit cuts and the effects of poverty are leaving children unable to concentrate at school and on homework.

Life Sciences - Nov 27, 2015
Life Sciences

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Social Sciences - Nov 24, 2015

We welcome your feedback. Please help us improve The University of Manchester website by completing a short questionnaire at the end of your visit. Yes, I'll give feedback No, thanks New book, called 'Hard Times: Inequality, Recession, Aftermath', reveals how austerity puts civic engagement at risk People living in poverty are less likely to have the things that money can't buy like friendship, trust and involvement in the community, according to new research.

Health - Nov 19, 2015
Health

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Social Sciences - Nov 18, 2015

We welcome your feedback. Please help us improve The University of Manchester website by completing a short questionnaire at the end of your visit. Yes, I'll give feedback No, thanks Findings from The University of Manchester show that people still do not understand the risk of deadly food poisoning bug The Food Standards Agency is, tomorrow (Thursday 19 November), due to publish the results of its latest UK retail survey, testing for the deadly bug campylobacter in chickens on sale.




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