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New materials at the touch of a button
Graphene research takes another step forward with the latest study from the University showing how new materials can be realised simply by applying a magnetic field.
Study reveals access to health care has fallen sharply in Afghanistan
A new study co-authored by Manchester’s Tarani Chandola has found that access to care in Afghanistan has dropped significantly for people with disabilities.
New partnership with the Aero Engine Corporation of China
The University has launched a major new collaboration with the Aero Engine Corporation of China (AECC), working alongside the Beijing Institute for Aeronautical Materials (BIAM).
Chinese coaches in Manchester to support nation’s World Cup dream
This year, football coaches from China are in Manchester to learn coaching and training skills that will support their country’s dream of winning the World Cup by 2030.
Manchester physicist helps discover new particle at CERN
Manchester physicist is part of an international team of scientists that has discovered a new subatomic particle at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.