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Indian women experience more COVID-related hardship than men
Research shows that women in India have suffered more than men during the pandemic due to pre-existing gender inequalities.
Alliance Manchester Business School climbs world MBA rankings
The full-time degree at Manchester has been rated 30th best in the world by the Financial Times in their Global MBA Ranking 2021.
Letter-writing competition focuses on US presidential administration
The University is asking students in Years 9 to 13 to write about their hopes for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris in their first one hundred days of office.
Scientists discover why the heart slows down at night
A 90-year-old consensus on the mechanisms that regulate the heart’s day-night rhythm has been fundamentally challenged by a Manchester-led international team.
International ship emissions alter clouds’ behaviour
Research shows that ships in the open ocean have significantly more sulphates in their exhaust emissions which could alter clouds’ behaviour.
Professor Gary Younge to deliver public lecture on US election
Gary Younge, award-winning journalist and Professor of Sociology at Manchester, will deliver the live-streamed lecture on Thursday, 19 November.
Professor David Olusoga to interview Barack Obama
A special 30-minute programme – Barack Obama Talks To David Olusoga – will be broadcast on BBC One on Wednesday 18 November at 7.30pm.