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NEWS 23rd October 2014

Triple success for Manchester in clinical research funding

The University of Manchester has been awarded £24 million to tackle dementia, improve clinical sample testing and improve our understanding of basic cell biology, Chancellor George Osborne announced today. The funding for the University is part of a total package of £230 million designed to support innovation in clinical research across three areas – stratified…

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