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Thai princess visits Jodrell Bank Observatory
Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited Jodrell Bank Observatory to celebrate links between Thailand and Manchester in astronomy.
Vice-Chancellor welcomes Ambani Award recipients
University President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell recently welcomed two recipients of the Ambani Award to the University.
Former Brazilian President visits Global Development Institute
Dilma Rousseff spoke about her research and gave insight into the political situation in Brazil and the country’s development challenges.
What will happen when our sun dies?
A team of astronomers in Manchester, Argentina and Poland predict the sun will turn into a massive ring of luminous, interstellar gas and dust.
Burkina Faso energy minister returns to the University
Manchester alumnus Dr Bachir Ismaël Ouédraogo visited academics to discuss how research might help his ambitions to improve energy access in Burkino Faso.