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University and Abu Dhabi collaboration tackles world water shortages
A partnership between Manchester and Khalifa University of Science and Technology used graphene-based membranes to remove salts from water.
3D microchips create more efficient electronics
An international team has found that 3D curved microchip structures could be used to develop more powerful and energy efficient spin-based computers.
New dual degree launched
The University of Manchester and Tsinghua University, Beijing, have launched a new dual degree PhD programme in Synthetic and Systems Biology.
Celebrating 15 years of Singapore alumni
The University celebrated the 15th anniversary of its Singapore Alumni Association this week with a visit by Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell.
Manchester academic hailed as ‘ordinary hero’
Professor Stefan Bouzarovski has been recognised by the European Union for his work tackling energy poverty.
Graphene sensors closer to mass market
Manchester's partnership with Tunghsu Optoelectronic is helping mass produce graphene sensors that measure the quality of air.
Clean development harming livelihoods
International researchers have found that the Clean Development Mechanism is negatively affecting the earning potential of waste pickers.