Supporting the most talented and ambitious new researchers across a wide range of specialist subjects. Join us in delivering outstanding research that addresses the challenges facing contemporary society.Find out more
Lecturer wins prestigious AHRC award for work on Nigerian LiteratureFind out more
An £800,000 National Institute for Health Research grant will create new clinical prescription methods for the delivery of vital communication aids to children.Find out more
Our research in English, led by Poet Laureate Professor Dame Carol Ann Duffy, is rated 8th in the UK for impact.Find out more
With 45 researchers rated world-leading and internationally excellent, we are the top new university for the power of health research and 12th out of 94 UK universities overall.Find out more
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A joint initiative between Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Manchester
14th September 2017
Placemaking partnership to boost public spaces and environments
The Landscape Institute and University combine forces
5th September 2017
‘FootSnap’ app helps in fight against diabetic foot ulcers
iPad app aids GPs in diagnosing abnormalities
21st August 2017
Boost to patients, students and staff as University collaborates with digital health company
Memorandum of Understanding signed with Dutch firm TelePsy
18th August 2017
Teenagers who use e-cigarettes more likely to try tobacco
Study shows 34% tried a cigarette after vaping
16th August 2017
Elvis tourism - selling ‘the King’ from Tupelo boy to Graceland icon
David Leaver, Senior Lecturer, discusses music tourism and The King of Rock 'n' Roll for The Conversation
15th August 2017
Research unearths tragic tale of visionary football coach murdered by the Nazis
Vince Hunt will present his paper on Otto Fischer at a sports history conference in September
7th August 2017
Computer models help safely launch lifeboats in rough seas
Research project in line for prestigious engineering award
4th August 2017
Ideology 'less influential' than social or economic factors for foreign fighters joining terrorist groups in Syria
Professor Hamed El-Said co-authored insightful UN report
2nd August 2017
Researchers to help form plan to recruit more people into sports coaching
University commissioned by Sport and Recreation Alliance
The Centre for Biomedicine encompasses ground-breaking ideas with the potential to impact on society and improve quality of life. It works closely with colleagues from a wide range of disciplines to open up exciting new avenues of research.
RCASS incoporates the work of researchers in sociology, criminology, human geography, youth studies, football and community studies, policy evaluation and multimedia journalism.
RCASS is a cross disciplinary research centre bringing different viewpoints to question some of the key issues in social science.
Andrea Zapp, a designer and artist working at Manchester Met, talks through combining her passion for photography and textiles, into a viable business with help from the Centre for Enterprise.
High-impact interdisciplinary computer science research with applications in healthcare, security and urbanisation. We have a collaborative approach with expertise in Intelligent Systems, Future Networks, Distributed Systems, Interactive Systems, and Complex Systems.