University of Manchester student team reach top five in SPE contest.
UK air pollution and health risks
Experts have described one of the most complete sauropod dinosaur braincases ever found in Europe. The find could help scientists uncover some of the mysteries of how dinosaur brains operated, including their intellectual and sensory abilities.
A team at The University of Manchester is testing a Volkswagen diesel engine to try to get an accurate picture of how polluting it is.
One of the biggest ever citizen science projects needs volunteers from Manchester to help measure air pollution in our environment. And all you need to take part is a smart phone.
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We deliver vibrant excellent undergraduate and postgraduate teaching courses with free core fieldwork, a wide range of choice and high quality teaching provision
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Over £10 M of current research grants from government, non-government organisations and industry
Strong links with industry particularly in the resource (including petroleum) and environmental (including waste management, contaminated land, nuclear decommissioning) sectors
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