The University of Manchester
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Data and health scientists create COVID-19 heat map
University statisticians are analysing real-time public health data to build a national picture of COVID-19 symptoms.
UK coronavirus support for self-employed “generous”
Professor Jill Rubery comments that the UK's support for self-employed during COVID-19 is "generous" by global standards.
Manchester responds to COVID-19 crisis
Scientists and clinicians across Greater Manchester have formed a rapid response research group to find ways to beat COVID-19.
Manchester named UK’s largest regional FinTech hub
A new report, supported by the University, has found that the city region has the highest volume of FinTech startups and scaleups outside London.
ID Manchester partner selection progresses to final stage
The University has selected the four highest-scoring bids to deliver its new innovation district.
Urban parks can be a lifeline if we respect lockdown rules
Ian Mell, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Planning explores the benefits of green spaces and how to use them in social distancing.
Supporting youth mental health during COVID-19
Use online support networks to provide continuity and improve wellbeing during school closures, says Manchester academic.
Seven rules for working from home
Sir Cary Cooper, 50th Anniversary Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health, shares his top tips for working from home.
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