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Economics - 12:25
UK recycling system requires ’dramatic overhaul’, report finds
Rubbish-bins-for-recycling-different-types-of-waste-garbage-containers-vector-infographics.jpg_s=1024x1024&w=is&k=20&c=QAjPDBbu9X9HPPgoB5Zc0CVFQTdNl_oCe6og7FBjLyA= The UK's recycling system requires a dramatic overhaul to effectively tackle the issue of plastic waste, according to a new report published by The University of Manchester's One Bin to Rule Them All project team.

Economics - Event - 28.03.2023

Innovation - Economics - 28.03.2023

Economics - 27.03.2023

Innovation - Economics - 21.03.2023
Two University start-ups included in leading European list of young tech spinout companies
Two start-up businesses from The University of Manchester Innovation Factory have been named in a top ten of 'university spinouts to watch'.

Economics - 15.03.2023
UK businesses facing increased costs and supply chain issues in post-Brexit system - new from UKTPO
New analysis released today (Wednesday 15 March, 2023) by the University of Sussex's UK Trade Policy Observatory (UKTPO) , reveals that UK businesses are struggling with increased costs, labour and skill issues and supply shortages and issues following the UK's departure from the European Union.

Career - Economics - 10.03.2023

Economics - Materials Science - 03.03.2023
Haydale and GEIC Proud to Partner for a Sixth Year
Haydale and The University of Manchester's Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) are delighted to have signed an extension to their partnership that will see the global technology solutions company remain a Tier 1 Partner for a sixth year.

Environment - Economics - 28.02.2023
Policymakers in Singapore should act to overcome climate adaptation shortcomings
Far-reaching interventions are needed to overcome shortcomings in Singapore's approach to climate adaptation projects.

Economics - Innovation - 20.02.2023

Economics - Career - 06.02.2023

Economics - Mathematics - 02.02.2023
New maths research to bring big benefits for business, industry, and the public
A new research programme will develop new ways of extracting useful information from particular types of huge, complex datasets.

Politics - Economics - 31.01.2023
Conflicts of interest in UK food regulation ’puts public health at risk’
Conflicts of interest in UK food regulation "puts public health at risk" - new research Research finds substantial conflicts of interest in the bodies advising the Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) or the Food Standards Agency (FSA) Recommends that commercial conflicts of interest should no longer be allowed to participate in UK food policymaking Food regulatory institutions in the UK should have robust mechanisms for addressing commercial conflicts of interest, argues a new research paper.

Economics - Innovation - 27.01.2023

Innovation - Economics - 25.01.2023

Environment - Economics - 23.01.2023
Analysis reveals scale of tertiary education’s carbon emissions
A major analysis of the carbon footprint of universities and FE colleges has revealed for the first time the source and scale of their emissions.

Economics - 23.01.2023
Low-carbon reorientation in a declining industry
Low-carbon reorientation in a declining industry
MIOIR Researchers Professor Frank Geels and Dr Julian Gregory conducted a longitudinal analysis of coevolving contexts and company strategies in the UK steel industry.

Environment - Economics - 17.01.2023
The UK needs a national energy advice service
Written by Stefan Bouzarovski , The University of Manchester ; Ami Crowther , The University of Manchester , and Neil Simcock , Liverpool John Moores University The UK government recently launched

Environment - Economics - 16.01.2023
Forest carbon credits: report shows new ways to manage risks and returns
Investors wanting to finance forest carbon credit projects should look to diversified investment portfolios in the tropics, says a new report. The report, Forestry-Backed Assets Design , published today by Imperial College Business School reveals that bundling forest investments across forest ages, geographies, and ecosystems can reduce investment risk by half or more.

Economics - 16.12.2022
Analysis: What do politicians really think of economists?
Analysis: What do politicians really think of economists?
Dr Anna Killick (UCL Political Science) shares new research in The Conversation revealing how politicians from five countries view economists based on nearly 100 interviews, particularly in light on the 2008 financial crisis.
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