Work begins on CityLabs 4.0, bringing specialist lab space to Oxford Road Corridor’s internationally significant health innovation campus.
A small but significant ceremony has taken place between the Pankhurst Centre and Manchester University NHS Trust that reflects an important historical agreement between the two organisations.
Images of the illustrative masterplan for Manchester’s trailblazing new city centre innovation district have been revealed.
Poppy Bowers, Head of Exhibitions at the Whitworth, Introduces us to a new project with The University of Manchester, presented as part of MIF23.
The world’s most significant data source and biological samples for health research is set to move to Greenheys at Manchester Science Park.
Eight projects based within Oxford Road Corridor to receive funding and support after being selected to become part of the city-region’s Innovation Accelerator programme.
Plans for the new specialist lab space represent the third phase of Bruntwood SciTech’s masterplan to grow Manchester Science Park.
Manchester Museum reopens this February following an ambitious £15 million transformation, Esme Ward introduces us to the new era.
As the RNCM celebrates its 50th anniversary, it’s clear that Manchester’s global conservatoire offers something for everyone.
The Oxford Road Corridor partnership is launching itsnew 2030 Vision to coincide with this year’s Convention of the North.
The Business Secretary has announced a £95 million boost to develop the super-materials of the future at the Henry Royce Institute.
The National Institute for Health and Care Research has received a £59.1million award – the largest single research award given by the NIHR to the city region.
Ask Real Estate and The Richardson Family has completed a £105m transaction with Pension Insurance Corporation to enable delivery of the next phase of office development at First Street.
Contact’s Artistic Director & CEO Keisha Thompson introduces us to a new era and marks the venues 50th year.
Bruntwood SciTech’s 1 million sq ft masterplan for Manchester Science Park has taken another step forward as its £21m development, Base, reaches practical completion.