Podcast: World Mental Health Day – mental health in young people

Latest episode of MetCast features a roundtable discussion on social media, youth loneliness and current research

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Digital Marketers join University’s new Degree Apprenticeship

New programme adds to pioneering apprenticeship courses

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New Sport Scholars ready for season of success

Elite student athletes benefit from specialised sport and academic support

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Cautionary UN report on climate change informed by Manchester Metropolitan researcher

Dr Iestyn Barr warns of the impacts of volcanically triggered floods and lahars in IPCC report

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The Portico Prize for Literature announces 2019 longlist

Manchester Writing School partners relaunched prize

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University to celebrate Black History Month

Series of events and film screenings to get involved in

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‘Mad scientist’ anthology edited by Gothic literature expert

Dr Xavier Aldana Reyes collated tales for the latest British Library 'Tales of the Weird' series

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Smart shoe insole helps reduce diabetic-related foot ulcers re-emerging

Study shows smartwatch alerts encourage patients to offload pressure

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Low-carbon smart city project Triangulum reaches successful conclusion

Birley Campus's solar and battery energy system a pilot project for EU scheme

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Emotionally intelligent managers are less popular and ineffective, study says

New research challenges assumption that better managers possess more emotional intelligence

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Manchester Metropolitan University officially opens Wuhan office

Growing ties between the University and China

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Oscar-winning film director Danny Boyle delivers first School of Digital Arts talk

Fascinating industry-focused events in lead up to SODA opening in 2021

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Modern economic policies are ineffective in promoting growth, new research argues

Free-market policies produced lower growth, regardless of political party

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Asian songbird crisis: more birds could be in Indonesian households than in the wild

Researchers find 75 million birds are kept in homes, risking extinction

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Walking speed may predict readiness of young stroke survivors to return to work

Team studied how mobility of stroke victims relates to preparedness for re-employment

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