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Manchester Museum

Environmental sustainability is a major element of all aspects of the Museum’s work. As a museum with large collections of preserved natural specimens and objects from human cultures, our Mission is:

As a university museum, the Manchester Museum uses its international collection of human and natural history for enjoyment and inspiration, working with people from all backgrounds to provoke debate and reflection about the past, present and future of the earth and its inhabitants.

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Sustainability, Heritage, Heritage protection, Community, Public engagement

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Materials Performance Centre

Materials performance is fundamental to the nuclear industry in clean up and decommissioning, plant operation and life extension, as well as potential new build. The Materials Performance Centre (MPC) is the largest nuclear materials research centre in UK academia, with over 70 researchers and over £30 million research income. The MPC is a National Centre of Excellence in nuclear materials research and training.

Keywords: 
Nuclear energy, Nuclear waste, Nuclear Engineering Decommissioning

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Manchester Organic Geochemistry Group

Keywords: 
Organic geochemistry

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Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

The Manchester Institute of Innovation Research is a centre of excellence in the field of innovation studies, which includes the overlap of innovation with science management and science policy. With over 50 full members, approximately 50 PhD researchers and a range of associated academics, MIoIR is Europe’s largest and one of the World’s leading research centres in its field. As a dedicated research centre, MIoIR is at the heart of innovation-related research in the Manchester Business School and The University of Manchester.

Keywords: 
Business, Innovation, Economy

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Manchester Institute of Biotechnology

The Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocentre (renamed the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology in Autumn 2012) was completed in 2006 and represented the first university-based, purpose-built interdisciplinary research institute of its kind in the UK.

Keywords: 
Biology, Innovation, Biotechnology

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Manchester Enterprise Centre

Based within Manchester Business School, we are recognised as a leader in enterprise education and aim to inspire, educate and develop enterprising individuals and enable them to positively impact the growth of dynamic organisations.

Enterprise is a key part of the University’s vision to be, ‘an innovative institution that values and encourages the transfer of knowledge and technology to influence and advance economic development regionally, nationally and internationally.’

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Business, Economy, Employability

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The Manchester Architecture Research Centre

Our mission is to rework the disciplinary boundaries of architecture and the social sciences so as to open up new areas of architectural research, create new standards of architectural pedagogy, and facilitate new ways of engaging in public debate. Launched in 2007 with an inaugural lecture by Bruno Latour, MARC has gained an international reputation as a leading centre of architectural scholarship, and has created through the years a vibrant research environment with its series of visiting speakers, symposia, workshops, exhibitions, and debates.

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Buildings, Built environment, Architecture

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The Manchester Centre for Regulation, Governance and Security

There is a proud tradition of scholarship on regulation in the School of Law going back to the 1980s. Established in 2011, ManReg continues that tradition but seeks to take it in new directions.

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Regulation

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National Graphene Institute

Find out about the construction of the National Grahene Institute here.

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Graphene

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energy@manchester

AKA Manchester Energy. From underpinning strategic research to the transfer of technology into the marketplace, the University of Manchester has a range of world-class activities supporting the need for solutions that can play their part in meeting the global energy challenge.

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Energy, Energy industry, Energy storage, Cogeneration, Interdisciplinary

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