The University of Manchester
The safety and wellbeing of our staff, students and visitors is our highest priority. To help keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, we have moved teaching online, closed non-essential facilities and cancelled or postponed on-campus events. For the latest updates, visit our coronavirus information page.
Over the next few weeks, some of our amazing researchers will be going online to tell you their story.
Responding to the
challenge of coronavirus
Our people are working together to contribute to the response to COVID-19.
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If you're applying to Manchester or hold an offer, please read our latest updates on the impact of coronavirus.
Law students volunteer to help people affected by coronavirus
Manchester law students are set to volunteer their services during their holidays to help people affected by coronavirus.
Cross-country mapping of COVID-19 effects and treatments in blood
More than 500 scientists globally are sharing data on COVID-19 gleaned from the use of mass spectrometry techniques.
Willingness to take part in protests unaffected by coronavirus
Study shows that people are still willing to take part in protests in large numbers, despite the coronavirus crisis.
Potential targets for COVID-19 vaccine found
Research shows parts of the SARS-CoV-2 strain that activate an immune response, which could act as targets for vaccine development.
Public torn over using COVID-19 contact tracing apps
Early results from a Manchester study show privacy and lack of effectiveness are amongst the most common concerns.
University to decarbonise investment portfolio
The University will end investments in fossil fuel reserve and extraction companies by 2022, and ‘decarbonise’ all investments by 2038.
Help support our students
We’ve launched The University of Manchester Emergency Hardship Fund to support students struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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