The 11th February 2021 marked the UN’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science, with this year championing individuals
What’s hot, sweaty, naked and dying to get into bed? A Mancunian! More than a quarter of Manchester are getting their kit off completely in a bid to bear (or is that bare?) the brunt of the hot summer nights.
The number of people who are self-employed in Greater Manchester is up 28% since the financial crisis, with those taking on the burden labelled ‘unsung heroes’ of the economic recovery.
Last-minute (caffeine) rush gives Manchester coffee festival £6,000 shot after Kickstarter cash pours in
Two clever coffee connoisseurs have raised nearly £6,000 after brewing up the idea of a holding a coffee festival in Manchester this November.
Childhood arthritis breakthrough: Manchester uni scientists discover new genes which could help future treatment
University took part in biggest study into condition
Manchester city centre bomb scare: Package blown up during controlled detonation in Piccadilly Gardens
Bomb disposal experts exploded package
Manchester bomb scare: Thousands evacuated from Piccadilly offices and Chinatown as police suspend Metrolink
Suspicious package found underneath Mercure hotel
Stillbirths could be ‘twice as likely’ for women with mental health issues, experts at Manchester conference claim
Obstetric experts reject notion that coroners should investigate stillbirths.
Petrol too expensive, why not use ice cream or soap? Manchester university scientists find possible fuel alternative
Professor Nick Turner thinks they may have a fossil fuel replacement.
A new festival showcasing innovative research and raising awareness about public health in Greater Manchester will take place in the city this summer.