Our applied research is broad, inherently interdisciplinary and collaborative and provides a unique blend of methodological and substantive expertise.
Explore some of our current research projects.
fRaill: Frailty, Resilience And Inequality in Later Life
The fRaill project aims to provide an integrated understanding of processes leading to positive and negative outcomes in later life in the context of social inequalities.
Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE)
A four year interdisciplinary programme of research concerned with understanding changing ethnic inequalities and identities.
Q-Step at Manchester
Q-Step at Manchester offers new courses and training to support the career development of future social science researchers.
UK Anonymisation Network (UKAN)
UKAN provides information and support about anonymisation to anyone who handles personal data and needs to share it.