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Research▶︎Our Impact▶︎Case Studies
Manchester Met’s Faculty of Business and Law influences new Welsh Government strategy in 2018
Revitalising public understanding and awareness of the visual culture of conflict, revolutionising how we displays and exhibit works.
In 2009, Dame Carol Ann Duffy became the first female Poet Laureate. She has made an impact politically, culturally and in education, challenging positions and connecting with new audiences.
Manchester Writing School poets are widening access to contemporary poetry by encouraging new writing, engaging with schools and appearing at public events.
A ten-year programme of research that has influenced attitudes to traditional crafts and cultural heritage in India and led to sustainable economic and social benefits including the launch of the Ahmedabad International Arts Festival.
Researchers are changing perceptions of the importance of illumination in place-making strategies and generating an impact on tourism and heritage.
15 years of research into the use of educational technology in schools has helped young people achieve more. It’s impacted on UK and international policy.
Stress, anxiety and depression are sadly widespread in modern society. Research by Manchester Met has shown that this can be reduced through involvement with the arts.
The university’s Policy Evaluation and Research Unit has developed a distinct offender rehabilitation model that’s being adopted by policy-makers and practitioners.
Our research helped changed UK government policy on the family finding process for 6,000 children awaiting adoption.
Research into business enterprise in the North West has underpinned successful programmes aimed at helping small and medium-sized businesses grow.
Champion Paralympic swimmers, Ellie Simmonds and Ollie Hynd, owe part of their success to Dr Carl Payton’s sport science team at Manchester Metropolitan University.
EPSRC research project leads to Wellcome Trust-funded citizen science project, which influences US government policy on "homebrew biology"
Interdisciplinary research, focussing on microbiology and surfaces, has led to impacts on food quality, waste reduction and consumer health across the international food industry.
A method for evaluating healthcare information systems developed by the university plays a key role in management of NHS computer systems.
Musculoskeletal research has made a major impact on UK Government policy towards full participation in EU space programmes.
Musculoskeletal research has directly informed international 'gold standard' physical activity and rehabilitation guidelines for older adults.
Simpler guidance has been created for carers to ensure safer eating and drinking for people with complex or severe learning disabilities.
Commercial applications have been developed for this Manchester Met discovery of a new method of microbial identification.
Helping the UK to save energy by using wind and wave power. Working towards ambitious targets to deliver 15% of energy from renewables by 2020.
AAC is a means of communicating that supports impaired speech and handwriting. University research raised AAC awareness, allowing more to benefit.