Research Visits

Marie Curie Conference (MC2)
Monday 10th April - Wednesday 12th April 2006


Committed to research of the highest quality

The University of Manchester is a research-led institution committed to promoting research of the highest quality. We value knowledge creation for its own sake, for the potential benefits it promises society and for the ways it enriches higher learning.

Openness and the highest standards of integrity

At the heart of our research is our belief in openness and the highest standards of integrity.

The University encourages the dissemination of research results as widely and as publicly as possible, especially to those who will benefit from them. We expect research to be conducted fairly and in the most considerate way possible in accordance with the law, best practice and in the public interest.

Culture of collegial cooperation

The University is committed to engaging world class scholars and scientists in a culture of collegial cooperation, we encourage the open exchange of ideas within an environment that supports and rewards research of the highest quality and integrity.

Any delegates who wish to explore the University’s research expertise, perhaps by arranging visits to certain Faculties, Schools or Research Institutes, should initially visit and then contact Kerry Chantrey or Liz Fay on the Conference Committee at to arrange suitable appointments.

We would suggest arranging meetings for the afternoon of Wednesday April 13th after lunch on the final day of the conference, we will endeavour to try and accommodate all requests, however, availability of staff in the desired Faculty, School or Research Institute may be limited.