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Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins is an alumna of The University of Manchester. She graduated with a BA (Hons) English Language and Literature in 1996.
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Royal Society Fellowships for graphene researchers
Two University of Manchester graphene and 2D materials scientists have been awarded Royal Society Research Fellowships.
Watch: Bioethicist Sarah Chan on morality, cruelty and freedom
The Deputy Director of our Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation took part in a filmed debate as part of the HowTheLightGetsIn festival.
Meteorite yields more evidence of the possibility of life on Mars
A 1.3 billion year old fragment of Martian meteorite is helping to make the case for the possibility of life on Mars, say scientists.
Graphene paints a corrosion-free future
A thin layer of graphene paint can make impermeable and chemically resistant coatings that could protect metal structures against corrosion.
New method to increase chance of survival for some cancer patients
Offering radiotherapy in addition to chemotherapy to patients with small cell lung cancer improves their chances of survival two years after treatment.