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MUI launches International Doctoral Cluster
The International Doctoral Cluster between the University and the University of Toronto will focus on the theme of cities and infrastructure in a global age.
Researchers help limit spread of COVID-19 in Kenya
An international team are exploring how non-medical interventions can effectively limit the spread of COVID-19 in Kenya.
University competition in British Council festival
The University’s International Photography Competition is featuring in British Council’s UK-China Contemporary Culture Festival.
Universities mark Manchester’s role in African independence
The 75th anniversary of the 5th Pan African Congress is being marked by the Greater Manchester region’s universities.
Coordinated drought planning is essential for new Ethiopian Dam
Research suggests that drought preparedness will require careful coordination for The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
New areas at risk of drinking water arsenic exposure in India
An international team has highlighted the increased probability of high arsenic well waters in areas not routinely checked in India.
Institute secures contract for African Cities research
Researchers from the Global Development Institute have been awarded £32 million to establish the African Cities Research Consortium.