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The Whitworth named as Museum of the Year 2015
The redeveloped Whitworth Art Gallery has been awarded the Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year 2015. The £100,000 prize is the largest arts award in Britain and the biggest museum prize in the world.
Manchester to become new Cancer Research UK Major Centre
Cancer Research UK has announced a further investment of £5 million to help transform personalised medicine for cancer treatment following the launch of the new cancer research building.
Lemn Sissay announced as next University of Manchester Chancellor
Writer and broadcaster Lemn Sissay MBE has been elected as the next Chancellor of The University of Manchester.
Queen honours members of the University community
A science communicator, a leading economist, a philanthropist and a champion of the arts are among those named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list today (Saturday).
Chief Medical Officer spells out why the drugs don’t work
Chief Medical Officer for England and alumna, Professor Dame Sally Davies spelled out a stark warning about the dangers of drug resistance among bacteria at the annual Cockcroft Rutherford lecture last night (9 June).