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University of Manchester reveals global partnership


Alliance with Melbourne and Toronto will see three universities share research and student exchanges

A post-pandemic agreement has been signed by the University of Manchester in the UK, the University of Melbourne in Australia and the University of Toronto in Canada.

Under the alliance, announced on 15 November, the three institutions will “collaborate more closely than ever” by allowing researchers to access specialist facilities and take part in joint research programmes in areas including environmental sustainability, cancer treatment and advanced materials.

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