For years, the ongoing debate surrounding social media has been both positive and negative. The Social Dilemma on Netflix raises
‘People can wait a YEAR before recognising they have an eating disorder’: Beat bust bulimia myths in Heaton Park
A turn-of-the-season September morning saw a group of people on Heaton Park surrounded by fluttering banners as Beat, a charity dedicated to helping people suffering from eating disorders, came to Manchester last month.
If one thing is for certain it’s that the world of entrepreneurship is rapidly changing – and this is true both in Britain and abroad.
For people whose idea of hell is aimlessly wandering round the Arndale Centre, a Manchester-based start-up might just be their saviour.
While artificial intelligence is making progress in leaps and bounds, Terminator-style robots are still a long way off, according to Manchester University expert Dr Steve Furber.
Is ‘diagnosis by Google’ risking your life? Low lung cancer survival rates explored by Manchester uni
Researchers from The University of Manchester are recruiting lung cancer patients from around the North West to take part in a study to look at the online information available in the hope of enabling people to catch it earlier.
The innovative experience, thought to be the first time the technology has been used for tourism in Europe, is part of a study by Google Glass creators in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University.
Manchester United team up with Google to let fans watch pitch-side at Old Trafford… from comfort of own homes
The initiative is to give overseas fans the chance to watch a game ‘live’ who otherwise might not be able to ever attend a game
Space mining ‘probably 100 years away’
We all love technology and, chances are, we’d all be lost without it.
Google Doodle celebrate festive family ballet The Nutcracker as Tchaikovsky classic set to grace Manchester
Google turn homepage into Sugar Plum Fairy Dance homage.