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Looking back: The Christie Library
(20 Jan 2021)
We take a look at the illustrious origins of the Christie Library, one of the most recognisable buildings on our campus

New report outlines how the government can address COVID-19 ethnic disparity
(19 Jan 2021)
A new report from The Runnymede Trust and the Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity has addressed the possible causes of - and offers solutions to – the ethnic disparity of the effects of coronavirus

Curator to restart Egyptology in Lockdown sessions
(13 Jan 2021)
Dr Campbell Price's popular Egyptology in Lockdown live sessions will take place on Thursdays at 3pm

Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre celebrates bumper Christmas online shopping sales
(06 Jan 2021)
The Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre has raised over £7,500 in sales through its online Gift Shop, an incredible 500% increase on the previous year

Watch: Our research on boosting your immune system on BBC One
(06 Jan 2021)
Professor Sheena Cruickshank explains her team’s work on immunity as we fight COVID-19 on BBC One’s The Truth about Boosting your Immune System

Listen: Manchester Museum Director on BBC Radio 4's Today programme
(04 Jan 2021)
Esme Ward discusses a year of challenges and opportunities – and being at the heart of our community

Chancellor takes a Winter Walk for BBC programme
(17 Dec 2020)
The programme, which aired on BBC One on Tuesday, 15 December, features Dentdale in Cumbria

Cardiologist appointed International Society of Hypertension President
(16 Dec 2020)
Professor Maciej Tomaszewski recently began his two year term as the Society's President.

Chrissie Wellington OBE wins Outstanding Alumni of the Year award
(15 Dec 2020)
The Division of Development and Alumni Relations (DDAR) has announced this year's winner

Learn about Chinese winter food and how to make toffee apple fritters
(10 Dec 2020)
Learn how to make these warm winter favourites

Google celebrates renowned economist and professor Sir Arthur Lewis
(10 Dec 2020)
Today's Google Doodle is Sir Arthur Lewis, who was a lecturer at the Victoria University of Manchester

It's Community Mapping Day!
(10 Dec 2020)
Today, on World Human Right's Day, help the School of Environment, Education and Development map the way for prosthetic and orthopaedic surgeons to reach those in need of healthcare and prosthetic limbs in Northern Uganda

Christmas formals enjoyed by all
(09 Dec 2020)
Our Hospitality team sends students home with a smile

Academic gets one of world’s top awards in suicide prevention
(08 Dec 2020)
Professor Nav Kapur has been given the 2021 American Association of Suicidology Louis I. Dublin Award lifetime achievement award for outstanding services and contributions to the field of suicide prevention

Could you join Fran and Mustard Tree to help the homeless?
(07 Dec 2020)
Mustard Tree needs six of the best – volunteers needed each day in the run up to Christmas

Manchester’s spirit of humanity across generations
(03 Dec 2020)
Alumnus Brian Eadon answered the call to return to the NHS, and a chance encounter led him to mentor current History student Mike Jennings

3D scanning technology brings cultural sites to life at home
(01 Dec 2020)
New 3D scanning technology is being used to offer virtual tours of museums, galleries and heritage sites in Greater Manchester

Manchester runner-up for research impact in Guardian University Awards
(27 Nov 2020)
The Setting City Area Targets and Trajectories for Emissions Reduction (SCATTER) project was recognised for helping set and develop carbon targets and policies

Upcycled astronomical face masks are out of this world
(19 Nov 2020)
Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre has partnered with ReWearable Clothing to launch a range of reusable face masks

Students complete over 14,000 volunteering hours in Uganda
(19 Nov 2020)
Students have contributed a staggering number of hours to the University’s flagship overseas volunteering program, Team Uganda

Help our students raise charity funds through 24 hour run
(13 Nov 2020)
The Manchester 24 Hour Run is returning (virtually) on 18-19 November, with the ambitious target of raising over £3,000 for A Bed Every Night, a scheme run by the Greater Manchester Mayor's Charity

Researcher’s work leads to activist being granted asylum after 15 years
(13 Nov 2020)
Fulbright Scholar Cathleen Miller’s research plays major role in court’s decision

Remembrance project available to view online
(11 Nov 2020)
'The Fallen' pays tribute to the 24 men remembered by St Anselm Hall who died on active service during World War I and World War II

Obituary: Tony Trinci
(11 Nov 2020)
Professor Tony Trinci, former Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University and Dean of the School of Biological Sciences, has died at the age of 84

Online Fair sees spike in volunteering applications
(29 Oct 2020)
The University’s Volunteering & Social Justice Fair Online inspires students to continue making a difference

Dawn Edge is our Phenomenal Woman
(29 Oct 2020)
Professor of Mental Health and Inclusivity features in Southbank Centre exhibition celebrating Britain's Black female professors

University researchers helping to limit the spread of coronavirus in Kenya
(23 Oct 2020)
Researchers from Manchester are helping to limit the spread of coronavirus in Kenya

Get free entry to Tabley's treasures
(15 Oct 2020)
Tabley House will be open to visitors until 1 November, and staff can gain free entry

Louise Glück becomes first American woman to win Nobel Prize for Literature
(15 Oct 2020)
Trailblazing Nobel Prize winner is published by Carcanet Press, a University and Creative Manchester partner

First Light at Jodrell Bank reaches construction milestone
(13 Oct 2020)
A major construction milestone was reached as the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre’s new First Light Pavilion saw its impressive concrete dome roof installed