Victoria University of Manchester

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British university

About Victoria University of Manchester

According to Wikipedia, The Victoria University of Manchester, usually referred to as simply the University of Manchester, was a university in Manchester, England. It was founded in 1851 as Owens College. In 1880, the college joined the federal Victoria University. After the demerger of the Victoria University, it gained an independent university charter in 1904 as the Victoria University of Manchester.

What Is Victoria University of Manchester Known For?

Victoria University of Manchester is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

Victoria University of Manchester's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are Victoria University of Manchester's Most Influential Alumni?

Victoria University of Manchester's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Physics, Mathematics, and Philosophy. Here are some of Victoria University of Manchester's most famous alumni:

Ludwig Wittgenstein
Ludwig Wittgenstein
An Austrian-British philosopher .
J. J. Thomson
J. J. Thomson
A Quimico.
Arthur Eddington
Arthur Eddington
A British astrophysicist .
James Chadwick
James Chadwick
An English physicist who discovered the neutron in 1932.
John Cockcroft
John Cockcroft
A British physicist.
Harold Davenport
Harold Davenport
An English Mathematician .
Anthony Burgess
Anthony Burgess
An English writer .
Malcolm Bradbury
Malcolm Bradbury
An English author and academic.
Frederic Calland Williams
An English engineer.
Tom Kilburn
Tom Kilburn
A British electrical engineer.
Carl Schorlemmer
Carl Schorlemmer
A German chemist .
Ernest Marsden
Ernest Marsden
A British–New Zealand physicist .

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