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Fossil footprints reveal decline of biodiversity
The imprint left by hundreds of ancient animal and human footprints on a beach in Merseyside shows a major decline in large animal diversity in Ancient Britain, Manchester archaeologists have revealed.
Manchester forms new strategic partnership for healthcare
The trilateral partnership will accelerate Greater Manchester's capacity to detect and diagnose cancers.
Alumnus named Tartu Writer in Residence
Creative writing PhD David Hartley will take up the post during the Estonian city’s time as European Capital of Culture.
Campaign showcases links with Ukrainian universities
The University has twinned with the Ivan Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University as part of the #TwinForHope campaign.
Manchester researchers develop new Parkinson's diagnosis method
A new method analysing sebum with mass spectrometry could lead to three-minute diagnoses of Parkinson's disease, researchers find.
Care home study wins international award
A Manchester-led study on supporting care home residents tops the Mather Institute's 2022 Innovative Research on Aging Awards.
Jeffrey Boakye joins The University of Manchester
Author, broadcaster and journalist Jeffrey Boakye arrives at the University as a Senior Teaching Fellow in the Manchester Institute of Education.
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