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A joint initiative between Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Manchester
23rd February 2017
Efforts to measure food sustainability 'hampered by lack of suitable data and models'
Manchester Met researchers identify problems in 'monumental task' of analyzing supply chain
20th February 2017
Why did soap opera scriptwriters use stoma bag to vilify character? asks professor
Disability 'used to make Rob from The Archers unattractive and evil'
15th February 2017
Sexual health and well-being - not an irrelevance to older people
New report explores obstacles to sex and intimacy in later life
14th February 2017
Eight in 10 homeless people consume ex-legal highs, Manchester Met researchers find
Dealers ditch traditional drugs in favour of psychoactive substances like Spice
8th February 2017
Supporting refugee-survivors of sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) with communication disability
Literature review published and freely available
7th February 2017
Football's struggle to become Manchester's top sport
New research explores the evolution of football in the city
23rd January 2017
Whiskers help dormice navigate shrinking habitats, research shows
Gaps in habitats need to be filled to help the endangered species
12th January 2017
Walking the dog strengthens the human–animal bond
New research reveals the complexity of dog walks
12th December 2016
Communication project to help deprived children unlock education
Speech and language therapists working in primary schools
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.