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Health - 12.09.2023
UK-Med’s Emergency Medical Team deploys to Morocco after earthquake
UK-Med, the UK's official Emergency Medical Team based at The University of Manchester, has deployed a specialist team of humanitarian workers to Morocco following the recent earthquake.

Health - 12.09.2023
Data reveals worrying rates of financial hardship for people from ethnic minority backgrounds
New data from the Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity at The University of Manchester has revealed disturbing ethnic inequalities in rates of financial hardship in the UK.

Health - Research Management - 12.09.2023

Criminology / Forensics - 12.09.2023

Economics - Materials Science - 12.09.2023
Gerdau Graphene and GEIC Proud to Partner for a Fifth Year
Gerdau, Brazilian largest steel producer, and The University of Manchester's Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) are celebrating the successful completion of their fifth year of partnership.

Innovation - Environment - 12.09.2023

Health - Pharmacology - 12.09.2023
Pioneering African diagnostic programme to be showcased at international event
A pioneering programme which is bringing affordable, reliable and portable diagnostics for multiple diseases to sub-Saharan Africa is set to be presented at an event linked to the United Nations General Assembly this week.

Environment - 12.09.2023
Government leadership needed to support Net Zero lifestyle changes - new analysis
A new CAST review for the Climate Change Committee (CCC) argues that much more is needed to help the UK transition towards Net Zero.

Health - Pharmacology - 11.09.2023
Imperial expert’s book explains why our gut microbiome matters
An Imperial surgeon specialising in the gut microbiome has published a new book to explain why it is important for our health. Consultant surgeon, Dr James Kinross , is Senior Lecturer in Colorectal Surgery in the Department of Surgery & Cancer at Imperial College London. He is also a consultant surgeon at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

Innovation - Environment - 11.09.2023
University of Bath is home to UK's first pilot plant for recycling plastic lab waste
University of Bath is home to UK’s first pilot plant for recycling plastic lab waste
LabCycle, co-founded by a University of Bath graduate, recycles plastic lab waste into new test tubes and petri dishes.

Campus - 11.09.2023

Social Sciences - Health - 11.09.2023
Prevention of suicide in care-experienced young people
A Cardiff University academic is exploring how suicide among young people in care could be better prevented in the UK by comparing approaches internationally.

Economics - 11.09.2023
Engineers back calls to upskill British shipbuilding
Engineers back calls to upskill British shipbuilding
Engineers from the University of Southampton have welcomed a new report which is seeking to upskill British shipbuilding.

Linguistics / Literature - 11.09.2023

Environment - Innovation - 08.09.2023
UK launches research hub to decarbonise transport networks
Researchers from the University of Glasgow are part of a new national research hub which will help to upgrade and decarbonise the UK's complex and interconnected national, regional and local transport infrastructures and to adapt to the effects of climate change.

Social Sciences - 08.09.2023
How to support someone who is experiencing domestic abuse
Dr Karen Schucan Bird (Ioe, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society) writes in The Conversation about the findings of her research into how best to support survivors of domestic abuse.

Research Management - Social Sciences - 08.09.2023

Health - Pharmacology - 07.09.2023
Lifesaving bedside stroke test receives UK product safety mark
A revolutionary ward-based genetic test which can prevent stroke related death has received a UKCA product mark, paving the way for its introduction to the NHS.

Social Sciences - 07.09.2023

Research Management - Innovation - 07.09.2023

Astronomy / Space Science - Earth Sciences - 07.09.2023

Criminology / Forensics - 07.09.2023
Higher education institutions vulnerable to money laundering
A "significant minority" of higher education institutions are failing to provide staff and students with guidance on money laundering risks, research from Cardiff University and the University of the West of England (UWE) has found.

Health - Life Sciences - 06.09.2023
1.5m ’Quest for Cures’ grant to tackle aggressive brain tumours
An Imperial team engineering new techniques in cancer immunotherapy has been awarded 1.5m over five years.

Career - 06.09.2023
New approach to flexible working needed to prevent widening inequality
Flexible working needs to be available for all to avoid widening inequalities, a report from academics at Cardiff University concludes.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 06.09.2023

Materials Science - Innovation - 05.09.2023