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23rd June 2016
Art lecturer's work on the national stage
Eileen touring UK as part of British Art Show 8
16th June 2016
Is technology beneficial to children’s early learning?
University helps create guide to find the best literacy apps
8th June 2016
Green guide can help pubs save thousands
How-to manual boosts hospitality sector income
7th June 2016
"Secret" history of work-class historian Graney
Public event will shed light on forgotten figure
3rd June 2016
Louisa named as BBC New Generation Thinker
Lecturer chosen from thousands of academics
26th May 2016
Helping stroke survivors back on their feet
Sensory device to aid walking rehabilitation
19th May 2016
Assistive tech to tackle dementia isolation
Wearable GPS and mobile apps will aid everyday living
17th May 2016
Universities join forces to fight dementia
Launch of the Greater Manchester Dementia Consortium
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