Manchester, the slave trade & the Manchester Lit & Phil is a panel discussion chaired by Professor Erinma Bell MBE, DL, JP.
Laurence Harwood will report on the important progress that has been made in the advanced reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel.
Cindy Yu and Mark Logan MP examine China’s perceptions and common misperceptions of the UK affecting trade and diplomacy.
Join Professor David Sumpter at Anthony Burgess Foundation for Four Ways of Thinking: Statistical, Interactive, Chaotic and Complex.
Join Professor David Leigh for Creating the tiniest machines and discover the possibilities molecular-level machines hold.
Join Sir Richard Leese and discover the future of healthcare in Delivering the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Strategy.
Manchester-based historian Neil Buttery presents a talk about the rise & fall of one of Britain’s most influential cookery writers, Elizabeth Raffald.
Discover the story of the Pankhurst Family at home and the founding of the Suffragette movement from this historic building in 1903.
Former University of Manchester Chancellor and poet, Lemn Sissay, launches his latest poetry collection Let the Light Pour In.
Join Creative Manchester at The Museum for a one-day symposium exploring creative health in Greater Manchester.
Visually Presenting Deaf BSL users’ lived experiences of dementia by Dr Emma Ferguson-Coleman, Division of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work
Oral Histories and Futures by Professor Sarah Marie Hall will touch on the role of creative and participatory methods to get at often untold stories
What do we mean by ‘Loneliness’? by Prof Pamela Qualiter, Dr Lily Verity, and Jasmine Conway
Creating a better world through inclusion in the Arts and Humanities by Dr Jessica Gagnon, Manchester Institute of Education
North is joined by George and Charlie from Crossover Blendery, for a guided tasting experience like no other.