For details of the latest safety measures at the University, visit our coronavirus information page.
Tyndall Manchester is a vibrant and committed research community that brings together natural scientists, engineers, social scientists and economists to produce socially impactful and policy-relevant interdisciplinary research.
As a group we have over a decade of experience in undertaking genuinely interdisciplinary approaches to complex policy problems. Our holistic approach remains a national and international benchmark in climate change mitigation and adaptation research. We have ongoing research on energy systems, carbon budgets and pathways, the water energy food nexus, communities, and circular economy.
NewsSee all news
Greenhouse gas removal potential of different biomass energy
Greenhouse gas removal approaches to support the 2050 net-zero target.
Carbon efficient bioenergy
Analysis provides a useful heuristic that can aid the carbon efficient deployment of BECCS in the UK.
The long-term future for community energy in the UK
A paper has been published on the future of community energy and how it might be realised.
Making a Difference Award
PhD researcher Velma Mukoro wins 'Outstanding contribution to environmental sustainability'
Tyndall research on food demand presentation
Drs Susan Lee & Ruth Wood presented a poster at the virtual ClimateExp0 2021 conference
EPSRC Digital Economy: Sustainable Digital Society
New project funded on 'Environmental impacts of digital services for health and wellbeing in the home'
Shipping report highlights the barriers to UK 'shore-power'
The report also discusses how the barriers can be overcome.
Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum policy conference
The event focused on the next steps for transport decarbonisation in the UK.
Implementation of circular economy approaches in the agricultural sector.
Supporting sustainable, restorative, and regenerative agriculture