Transforming our world
Health and care has the potential to use data and digital technology to better predict and prevent illness and help individuals manage their own wellbeing.
Our cities and environment can be healthier and more sustainable as they become ever more connected through data and digital technology.
Digital technology is changing the world of work, transforming business models, the experience of individuals and the future of work itself.
New manufacturing processes and new sustainable materials are being developed to meet the needs of future supply chains.
The civic and political behaviour of individuals and the ways governments engage with citizens are being transformed by the internet and social media.
Digital technology is creating new cultural experiences, changing the arts, the media, education and our communities.
An overview of all current funding calls in areas relating to Digital Futures themes.
A regular series of PS Network meetings is underway, bringing together PS staff involved in the digital space from Business Engagement, Faculty Research Support and from those supporting Institutes,…
The University of Manchester's Research IT Strategy and Change Management Board (RITSCMB) would like to invite ideas for proposals to support new systems and hardware, provided by IT Services and…
Connected Health Cities has proposed a new Code of Practice for the conduct of research using data held in CHC Trustworthy Research Environments, which might be undertaken by public or private…