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Manchester engineers can take part in Tomorrow's Engineers Week
EngineeringUK and the Royal Academy of Engineering have called on engineers and engineering technicians to support Tomorrow’s Engineers Week.
Prestigious double award for Prof Lin Li
Prof Lin Li has won both the Arthur L. Schawlow Award and the Donald Julius Groen Prize.
Model future fighter jet takes flight at Manchester
MACE students have successfully flown a model inspired by 2018's Tempest programme announcement.
N8 network aims to decarbonise UK transport
DecarboN8, part of the N8 Research Partnership, has been awarded £1.25 million by the EPSRC.
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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As the first English university to offer an engineering degree, Manchester has a celebrated history.
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