Articles tagged with 'Europe' | University of Manchester

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2023
17
January
2023
| 14:39 Europe/London
Professor Rob Ford from The University of Manchester has been appointed as a Senior Fellow by Brexit research network UK in a Changing Europe.
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2019
25
April
2019
| 16:00 Europe/London
New findings about a fatal form of blood cancer could aid the development of new drugs with significantly less harmful side effects than existing chemotherapy.
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17
April
2019
| 09:43 Europe/London
Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, has attended an event to mark the end of a major project which has researched the experiences of marginalised young people in ten countries across the EU.
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15
April
2019
| 16:00 Europe/London
New research charts the history of the Greenland Ice Sheet and its impact on global sea levels throughout history to present day.
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12
April
2019
| 09:10 Europe/London
An international team of geographers has found indications that the climate we have in Europe today began 5000 years ago, hidden in the shells of mussel shrimps.
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11
April
2019
| 12:14 Europe/London
An academic from The University of Manchester has won a 2019 Guardian University Award - which recognise the inspiring and groundbreaking projects that UK universities have worked on in the past year - for her website exploring the untold stories of ...
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03
April
2019
| 15:00 Europe/London
The University of Manchester ranks as the best higher education institution (HEI) in Europe – and in the top three globally – for its social and environmental impact across its full range of functions. ...
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28
March
2019
| 10:20 Europe/London
A team including researchers from The University of Manchester has created the world’s first ever rating system for working conditions in the digital economy.
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26
March
2019
| 15:47 Europe/London
The House of Commons has voted to hold a series of indicative votes on Brexit. But what does that mean and will it solve the problem? What are indicative votes? Indicative votes are votes in which MPs are able to give their opinion on an issue ...
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25
March
2019
| 14:29 Europe/London
Scientists at The University of Manchester have joined forces with a major US Museum and European partners to explore an extraordinary Jurassic dinosaur site in the badlands of Wyoming, USA.
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15
March
2019
| 15:27 Europe/London
It’s been a turbulent few weeks in the Palace of Westminster and while Britons may all be bored silly by the sight of MPs arguing about what they think the people actually want, the drama shows no sign of stopping. What’s happened so far Since ...
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15
March
2019
| 08:30 Europe/London
The University has presented its plans for a new, world-class innovation district in the heart of Manchester at MIPIM.
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11
March
2019
| 10:56 Europe/London
The University of Manchester has featured extensively in a new report which looks at some of the innovative ways universities in Europe are working closely with companies, governmental agencies and other public organisations. ...
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25
February
2019
| 15:00 Europe/London
A large spider which resembles a black widow is spreading rapidly across the world – including the UK – threatening native wildlife species, warn German and British scientists.
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21
February
2019
| 09:36 Europe/London
A project co-led by the University of Manchester’s Dr Jess Gifkins, Lecturer in International Relations, has found that once the UK exits the European Union, it must work to ensure the United Nations’ confidence in the country’s influence and values ...
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20
February
2019
| 10:32 Europe/London
The UK needs to demonstrate its added value to the United Nations and adopt a principled and values-driven foreign policy if it is to maintain its current influence after it leaves the EU, according to a report released by the United Nations Associat...
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12
February
2019
| 12:38 Europe/London
A University of Manchester scientists are at the forefront of the fight to protect cold water fish from the effects of crude oil spills from offshore oil rigs.
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31
January
2019
| 18:01 Europe/London
Scientists are a step closer to understanding what controls fine particulate matter in the Earth’s atmosphere after identifying new linkages between natural contaminants and with manmade pollutants. ...
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28
January
2019
| 16:51 Europe/London
A research study of newborn babies has revealed that humans are born with the innate skills needed to pick out words from language.
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25
January
2019
| 15:04 Europe/London
Scientists from The University of Manchester have found a way to trick the eye into thinking the world is brighter than it actually is.
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15
January
2019
| 01:00 Europe/London
Scientists have designed and built a prototype particle detector that aims to unlock some of the mysteries surrounding rare cosmic rays that enter Earth’s atmosphere from deep space.
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10
January
2019
| 09:38 Europe/London
A cross-parliamentary group of MPs has struck again, landing another major blow against the government ahead of the vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal on January 15. The manoeuvre changes the parliamentary timetable to give the prime minister just thr...
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2018
18
December
2018
| 10:29 Europe/London
Scientists say more should be done to tackle the growing environmental impact of takeaway food containers. A new study estimates there are 2025 million takeaway containers per year being used in the European Union (EU) alone.  ...
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13
December
2018
| 09:25 Europe/London
What happens when the president of the world’s leading superpower makes inflammatory comments about immigrants and wins an election based largely on a racist and nationalist platform? As we’ve seen over the past two years, his followers feel embolden...
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04
December
2018
| 11:30 Europe/London
Antarctic researchers enter a state of ‘psychological hibernation’ to cope with the stresses of constant darkness, isolation and confinement, according to a new study.
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28
November
2018
| 12:25 Europe/London
A study has linked babies conceived through a type of IVF to lower birth weight followed by increased growth after birth.
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23
November
2018
| 17:05 Europe/London
Theresa May has faced widespread criticism following comments to the Confederation of British Industry that EU nationals have jumped “the queue” to migrate to the UK ahead of non-EU nationals during the UK’s membership of the bloc. ...
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02
November
2018
| 02:00 Europe/London
The world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer designed and built to work in the same way a human brain does has been fitted with its landmark one-millionth processor core and is being switched on for the first time. ...
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29
October
2018
| 15:00 Europe/London
A systematic review of research has revealed that the toxic effects on the lung of drugs commonly taken to treat a range of common conditions is much more widespread than thought.
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18
September
2018
| 14:00 Europe/London
The largest liquid-argon neutrino detector in the world has recorded its first particle tracks, signaling the start of a new chapter in the story of the international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). ...
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