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The University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9PL

The University of Manchester has a rich academic heritage and can lay claim to more than 23 Nobel Prize winners amongst its current and former staff and students. The nuclear age was born in Manchester with Ernest Rutherford's pioneering research that led to the splitting of the atom. The computer revolution started here in June 1948 when a machine built by Tom Kilburn and Sir Freddie Williams, known affectionately as "The Baby", ran its first stored programme. It was here at the University that economist and logician WS Jevons formulated the principles of modern economics. Lewis Namier and AJP Taylor are just two of the world-famous names to grace the University's distinguished Department of History. It was at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire that a young Bernard Lovell built the world's largest steerable radio telescope just after the Second World War. Great traditions have also flourished in theology, architecture, mathematics, music and law and many other areas. The catalogue of virtuosity goes on and on. Current academic staff include Nobel Laureates John Sulston FRS (Institute of Science, Ethics and Innovation) and Joseph Stiglitz (Brooks World Poverty Institute), leading British novelist Martin Amis (Centre for New Writing) and political scientist Robert Putnam (Harvard/Manchester Institute for Social Change).

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