The University of Manchester
The safety and wellbeing of our staff, students and visitors is our highest priority. To help keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, we have moved teaching online, closed non-essential facilities and cancelled or postponed on-campus events. For the latest updates, visit our coronavirus information page.
Responding to the
challenge of coronavirus
Our people are working together to contribute to the response to COVID-19.
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Museum curates digital resources to inspire and educate during lockdown
‘Manchester Museum in Quarantine’ has been launched to spark wonder until the cultural attraction can reopen.
University researcher warns of privacy pitfalls during COVID-19
Dr Michael Prentice discusses what we can learn from privacy issues that arose in South Korea’s technology-driven response to the outbreak.
FoodOnCampus step up support for the local community
The University’s on-campus food operator is using its resources to help vulnerable people during the COVID-19 outbreak.
University awarded ￡1.5 million for musculoskeletal research
The funding will support innovative data linking work, helping to better understand conditions and inform policy.
Supporting student welfare during COVID-19
Our Residences Catering teams adapted their services to protect students during changing lockdown rules.
How conversations can help our mental health during COVID-19
University psychologist sets out tips for opening up conversations, particularly with older members of the community.
3D-printing safety equipment for NHS workers
The University is repurposing 3D printers to produce headbands for face masks worn by front-line NHS staff, battling COVID-19.
Student volunteers support NHS workers
Manchester students are helping NHS workers by collecting groceries, babysitting, pet-walking and manning GP receptions.
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