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University’s new China institute launches
The new Manchester China Institute will work to improve understanding between the UK and China by promoting world-leading research, community outreach, and public lectures.
Copper-coated uniforms could reduce hospital infections
Scientists at Manchester and at universities in China have created a composite material from antibacterial copper nanoparticles that could be used to create uniforms for hospital staff.
New film project to help deaf children in South Africa
The universities of Manchester and the Witwatersrand are collaborating to raise awareness of the vulnerability of deaf children in South Africa.
University takes centre stage with Prime Minister and Chinese business leaders
The University’s Professors Dame Nancy Rothwell and Sir Kostya Novoselov addressed business leaders at the UK China Business Forum in Shanghai this week.
University collaborates with Chinese scientists on spider research
An international team of researchers have been investigating an extraordinary 100-million-year-old fossil of a tailed spider.