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Why don’t birds fall over when they jump?
Scientists have been analysing the way birds take off to help design jumping robots for use in disaster zones.
Academic calls for carbon capture at conference
MACE’s Dr John Broderick urges development of UK carbon capture and storage technologies.
Topping out ceremony marks MECD milestone
The Manchester Engineering Campus Development (MECD) has celebrated a key milestone in its construction.
Why we're invested in the future of Nuclear Energy
The University's Dalton Nuclear Institute is taking a revolutionary new approach to nuclear-related research.
Our research spans six linked themes, with a strong focus on enabling positive societal change.
We work with a number of interdisciplinary University research centres, facilitating new discovery.
Our research is having an impact in industry and society, from climate change to carbon emissions.
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