Alliance Manchester Business School in the UK is a research-led school within a research-led university. Given our scale and breadth we aim to tackle big, contemporary problems that require long-term research commitment, while encouraging teamwork across multiple academic disciplines.
We draw on and contribute to the University’s world-leading research profile and international reputation for excellent higher education. Our core strengths are not just centred on the quality of our research, but also around our individual and collaborative work, our teaching and executive education, our collaboration with international partners, and around our advisory, policy and public speaking roles. This is encapsulated in our motto Original Thinking Applied.
We are also aligned to the University of Manchester’s wider research beacons which are tackling some of the biggest questions facing the planet.
Andre Geim shared the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics with Kostya Novoselov for preparing and then characterising individual atomic planes of carbon, known as graphene. In 2004 they demonstrated how to extract and isolate graphene from graphite crystals using Sellotape.
Geim also shared the 2000 Ig Nobel Prize in Physics for his tongue-in-cheek diamagnetic levitation of a live frog.
The University of Manchester’s research has real-world impact beyond academia. We are at the forefront of the search for solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems, seeking to be a global force for positive change.
We are ranked 2nd in the UK for research power, and 4th for depth and breadth of research (REF 2014).
From tackling cancer and poverty to finding the energy solutions of the future, our research is making a real difference to the quality of people’s lives across the globe.
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Scientists link hormone production in baby wallabies to how some human girls are born with genitalia that appear more male than female
Research led by the Universities of Birmingham and Manchester has made a connection between the way baby wallabies produce male
Former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has been awarded an honorary doctorate by The University of Manchester as it marks
Researchers at The University of Manchester have conducted the largest ever review of the effect of movement-monitoring devices, such as pedometers, on
Researchers from The University of Manchester, with colleagues from the universities of Groningen and Utrecht in the Netherlands, say 3D curved microchip structures could be
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) yesterday announced Alliance Manchester Business School as the building of the year for 2019.
The University of Manchester and Tsinghua University to launch a jointly awarded dual degree PhD programme
The University of Manchester and Tsinghua University, Beijing, have launched a new dual degree PhD programme in Synthetic and Systems
Researchers from The University of Manchester are developing chemical sensors that can be mounted on to ‘worm robots’, as part
Faults in genes directly work together to bring about the deadliest form of blood cancer, scientists have discovered in a
Research Impact Case Studies
The University of Manchester’s research is recognised as being of the highest quality, but we make more than just an academic impact.
These case studies show how the work of our researchers also makes a difference to economies, societies and cultures across the globe. Our pioneering minds tackle the world’s greatest challenges, finding new ways forward for governments, businesses and communities.
How can we help people understand an area as complex as bioenergy? Manchester scientists are using the medium of the graphic novel to illustrate the