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Sleep patterns associated with lung disease
An international team have found that people sleeping for more than 11 hours or less than 4 hours are more likely to have pulmonary fibrosis.
Equity and Merit Scholars celebrate graduation
The first Equity and Merit Scholarships students from Ethiopia have received their awards at their winter graduation.
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An international team has converted waste sugar cane and wheat straw from agricultural processes into valuable chemicals.
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Manchester-led research has challenged the current model of the universe.
Gary Younge becomes a Professor at the University
Award-winning author, broadcaster and columnist Gary Younge is joining Manchester's Faculty of Humanities.
Ancient bones aid modern conservation
An international team are helping identify which turtle species were fished through ancient bone proteins to inform long-term human impact trends.