This year’s spoof Nobel Prize winners put an alligator in a tank filled with helium and oxygen and make it
Two women have won the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, for discovering the technology used to edit animal DNA, bringing
‘The forefront of engineering’: Manchester says ‘innovative’ university campus will maintain rich heritage
The University of Manchester is confident their new £350 million engineering campus will encourage innovation and pioneering to build on the city’s engineering achievements and heritage.
Graphene, the thinnest material on earth, is set to be explored by a unique Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) launched by The University of Manchester for February 1.
Australia horror smash: Salford scientist tipped for Nobel prize killed instantly by drug-fuelled joyrider
Dr Sean Barrett, 36, had recently recovered from cancer and was an active fundraiser for Macmillan.
Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery will not re-open until February 14 next year due to severe delays to their renovation schedule
‘Stop the madness’: North West MEP pleads for Gaza ceasefire as EU remains ‘silent’ while scores die
Recent developments in the middle-east have seen a rising death toll and worsening tensions between Israel and Palestinian Gaza.
Manchester graphene researcher ranked most-cited scientist in WORLD thanks to miracle material studies
Professor Craig Banks’ work with graphene has given him worldwide recognition through the Highly Cited Researcher List 2014.
George Osborne paves the way for graphene to become commercialised in today’s Budget.
Brains behind Manchester charity Boot Out Breast Cancer hosts glitzy fundraiser for life-saving equipment
The charity, set up by Debbie Dowie, a cancer survivor and wife of retired footballer Iain Dowie, hopes to raise in excess of £100,000 at next month’s Bollywood Ball.
Miracle graphene will transform solar energy and ‘power entire buildings’, claim Manchester scientists
Graphene is the world’s strongest material, but is incredibly light