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Ageing caused by sun affects black skin types later than white
Premature ageing from sun exposure happens much later in black skin than white, according to an international study.
New link found between plant pollutants and man-made emissions
The international team’s breakthrough could lead to stronger, more accurate climate-related legislation and cleaner air.
Biggest map of human Alzheimer’s brain revealed
An international team led by Manchester researchers have published a map that shows the differences between healthy brains and those with Alzheimer’s disease.
2019 Purple Wave will ‘run to Singapore’
Staff, students and alumni taking part in the Great Manchester Run will run 30,000km - the equivalent of running to the University’s international centre in Singapore.
Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre's new Chinese partner
Tunghsu Optoelectronic has been welcomed as the latest partner of the University’s recently opened graphene facility.
Newborn babies have inbuilt ability to pick out words
An international study has revealed babies as young as three days old have the skills to identify words in a stream of sounds.