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I hope you said your "good byes" because I'm never coming back!

My first week in Manchester has been AMAZING! I absolutely love the city, the campus, and of course the accents!

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Research Associate - Applied Probability [ University of Manchester ]

Duties: undertake research in the field of numerical solution of stochastic optimal control problems with applications in electrical power systems | Minimum Requirements: (working towards) a PhD or equivalent in probability or mathematical finance; expertise and experience in both least squares Monte Carlo regression methods and power systems; excellent communication and organisational skills] / University of Manchester;

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Public Transport

During my time at Manchester University, I used to catch the train every morning into town to get to my lectures; if the train was ever busy or delayed, this would usually stir up anxious feelings and thoughts despite the fact that it was only a fifteen minute journey! 1,092 more words


The Flustered American--even in America

I’m standing at home talking to my mom about an hour before departing for the airport; bags packed and weighed *check*, liquids in plastic bags *check*, passport and identification *check*; when the topic of my blog comes up. 925 more words


Networks of Dominance - Call for papers

I am delighted to announce that myself and Kathrin Felder have had our session accepted for the Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference this December (17th to the 19th) in Manchester.   415 more words


Electron microscopes take first measurements of nanoscale chemistry in action

Scientists’ underwater cameras got a boost this summer from the Electron Microscopy Center at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory. Along with colleagues at the University of Manchester, researchers captured the world’s first real-time images and simultaneous chemical analysis of nanostructures while “underwater,” or in solution. 584 more words


We’re here for you

There were 12 million University graduates in the UK last year, and according to the Office of National Statistics that number is steadily increasing year after year.

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Freshers Week