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A joint initiative between Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Manchester
16th August 2016
Cricket on horseback and "bumble-puppy"
Sports History Archive reveals seven oddest pastimes
12th August 2016
Rio Olympics 2016: Experts available for media comment
Academics ready to help journalists
25th July 2016
‘Coxemon’ is Go at Manchester Festival of Science
Interactive augmented and virtual reality technology
13th July 2016
Yoghurt innovation could roll back the years
“Youngert” development aimed at the older market
5th July 2016
Newly discovered European snake faces extinction
Threats to viper from changing habitats and culling
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
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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.
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