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100 + ways universities have imporoved everyday life
7 ways universities are supporting and improving mental health
Helping and supporting the NHS
Tackling climate change
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East of England
Yorkshire and the Humber
University of Central Lancashire
Improving local oral health
The University’s School of Dentistry is having a big impact on the local community.
University of Chester
Transforming professional development in the workplace
People from a wide variety of backgrounds are being supported to gain, or enhance, their qualifications.
University of Cumbria
Understanding male domestic violence
A light has been shone onto the previously little-known issue of male domestic violence in the UK.
Edge Hill University
Using sport to improve the mental health of young people
Tackling the Blues is a sports programme for young people experiencing mental health problems.
Village life transformed with online network
Wray in Lancashire was the first village in the UK to benefit from wifi broadband thanks to Lancaster.
Liverpool Hope University
Measuring social impact of Everton FC
Everton's development foundation 'Everton in the Community' has a big impact, which Hope are measuring.
Liverpool John Moores University
The Intergenerational Café: bringing the old and young together
The Intergenerational Café is a programme that sees older people pass on traditional skills to young people.
University of Liverpool
Research has played a key role in the development and introduction of the rotavirus vaccine.
Manchester Metropolitan University
Widening access to literature and creativity
The Manchester Children's Book Festival brings literature to children, schools and families.
University of Manchester
Development of the computer
Groundbreaking developments in computer technology have benefited billions of people.
University of Salford
Improving energy efficiency
Energy efficiency is being improved, with the aim of helping people save money on bills.
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