Based on the hit BBC children’s series, the Operation Ouch! exhibition at the Manchester Science and Industry Museum brings to
Did you know that male ducks have corkscrew-shaped penises or that the tiny penis of a male damselfly can scoop out the sperm from other competitors? All these facts and more will be discussed in a free talk later in the month at Manchester Metropolitan University, exploring the hidden world of the wang.
Dwindling numbers of the ‘pink pigeon’ could see the highly-endangered bird soon go the same way as its relative the dodo – yet new research from a Manchester university may have the answer to save it.
Manchester University professors have quashed any worries that power lines and mobile phones cause cancer, saying they are ‘safe for humans’.
Manchester University Artificial Intelligence expert Dr Steve Furber speaks to MM about his work and parallels with that of controversial British hero Alan Turing, following the release of Benedict Cumberbatch’s The Imitation Game
‘Horse meat is tip of iceberg’: Biologists invite Manchester to bring takeaways and ready meals for DNA meat testing
A group of DIY biologists are hosting a ‘mystery meat’ workshop using DNA tests to help you distinguish your Findus from your fish fingers.