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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
22nd November 2017
Budget 2017: what can we expect?
Kevin Albertson, Professor of Economics, discusses the budget
20th November 2017
Tackling dementia through the art of comic books
A new research project aims to develop a comic book to raise awareness of the issues surrounding dementia.
17th November 2017
Wonder Woman, Justice League and Professor Marston – it’s been a bumper year for Diana Prince
Film expert, Dr Joan Ormrod, discusses the comic book icon
16th November 2017
UN human rights meeting to be addressed by visiting research fellow
Dr Ornette Clennon will discuss how best to audit sustainability goals
13th November 2017
How will Brexit affect small businesses?
On November 21, researchers from Manchester Met, business owners, and politicians will meet at a forum that explores the effect of Brexit on small and medium sized businesses.
9th November 2017
Transforming youth justice services in Greater Manchester
New best practice guidelines for working with children and young people in the youth justice system have been launched across Greater Manchester.
8th November 2017
What's behind rising airport drop-off charges?
Researcher Graeme Heyes on the environmental impact of travelling to airports
7th November 2017
New psychology research lets you 'feel’ the taste of whisky
Glenmorangie distillery creates 'revolutionary' ASMR online whisky experience
31st October 2017
Eight things you need to know about poltergeists – just in time for Halloween
Dr Neil Dagnall and Ken Drinkwater explain the science behind poltergeists sightings
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.