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Foresight and the future of science


Foresight has emerged as a key instrument for the development and implementation of research and innovation policy. Foresight is a systematic, participatory, prospective and policy-oriented process which, with the support of environmental/horizon scanning approaches, is aimed to actively engage key stakeholders into a wide range of activities anticipating, recommending and transforming (ART) technological, economic, environmental, political, social and ethical (TEEPSE) futures. 195 more words

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Sketching for Black History Month

This post is a bit overdue, but back in October we teamed up with the BAME Staff Network at the University of Manchester to run a speaker and discussion event titled ’30 Years of Black History Month: Where are we now?’ You can read a report of the event from Berrisford Edwards, of the BAME Staff Network, below. 527 more words

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Towards a more responsible sustainable innovation assessment and management culture in Europe

This article presents new concepts and practical approaches resulting from the piloting of CASI-F – a common framework for the assessment and management of sustainable innovation (SI). 158 more words

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Bystanders and the Holocaust in Poland, Manchester

The University of Manchester’s School of Arts, Languages and Cultures and its Centre for Jewish Studies, presents the fourth in the Bogdanow Lectures in Holocaust Studies 2018. 32 more words


The M.E.C.D. rises

Tuesday 9th January 2018, 6.35pm (day 2,329)

The MECD is the Manchester Engineering Campus Development and will save all our souls, or jobs, or something. What has broken ground so far are just a couple of corner pillars of the whole. 17 more words

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Melanie Woiwode Scholarship Recipient: Maria Gonzalez - Volleyball

English university sports clubs travel all around England for tournaments and competitions. With the University of Manchester’s volleyball team, Maria was able to travel to cities all over England and make lasting friendships and memories along the way. 307 more words


Back on campus

Monday 8th January 2018, 11.10am (day 2,328)

Since 30th December, a photo that featured a cast of thousands, not a single person has featured on here; but then again there haven’t really been many chances to depict them. 53 more words

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