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https://www.staffnet.manchester.ac.uk/news/display/?id=24476 Senior Technical Operations Manager John Moore and Postgraduate Researcher Sarah Brown from the School of Environment, Education and Development reveal what it’s like to return to campus after lockdown
Right now it’s obviously not a great time to try to get out and do some field work to collect your samples, and with the laboratories closed for the time being, analysis could be tricky too. So, if you’re looking to do a dissertation in Geography and need some environmental data to look at for
20/11/2019, 18:43 We’re extremely pleased to receive another Gold #GreenImpact award for the second year running! @UoMSust#Sustainability@GeographyUOM
For both the individual and team awards the judges were looking for outstanding performance and, more specifically, evidence of how the individuals or teams have significantly and tangibly contributed to maintaining a positive, open and respectful working environment where people work cooperatively together, have excelled at breaking down boundaries and communicating fully to achieve outstanding
Wonderful news! We’ve had £250k funding confirmed for a refurb of part of the Laboratory area. The current Bin Store will be converted into a new bigger Field Equipment Store with a benched area where we can prepare and pack equipment ready for our numerous field courses. The existing Field Store will be converted into
University of Manchester Geography staff give advice to students about to embark on their dissertation.
The University of Manchester’s TEaM toured our labs. Geography (SEED) Lab Tour
Video of the team taking 10 meters of core in Delemere, using our Stitz corer.
ITRAX COMES TO MANCHESTER! We are extremely excited that we now have 1 of only 3 UK based Itrax core scanners in the UK. The instrument produces high-resolution geochemical proxy data for measuring environmental change. This is a brilliant piece of kit for our research staff and our students undertaking dissertations that require high resolution