At MM we decided we would spend International Older Person’s Day choosing our top five elderly Mancunians – after much debate, here’s our list!
Salford University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Martin Hall, will step down from his position in just two weeks after astonishingly revealing he will be taking a six-month break from the start of January – only two days after announcing his retirement in June.
A Ukip win in the Rochester by-election tomorrow would be a ‘disaster’ for Tories… but that’s just what a Manchester politics expert believes is inevitable.
A floating ‘village’ of boxes will be just one of two major art installations depicting those affected by the Gaza conflict in Manchester this weekend.
To stop sex abuse we must not shut out parents, warns Manchester uni professor in wake of Rotherham scandal
Parents have the power to beat sex abuse scandals like the horrors seen in Rotherham, claims a Manchester University professor.
Mancunians are being encouraged to speak up and save those who may be suffering from mental health problems as part of World Suicide Prevention Day.
One of the world’s earliest surviving Christian charms, in the form of a 1,500 year-old paper-like fragment, has been discovered in the University of Manchester’s John Rylands Library.
Cox on flying rocks: Asteroid could mean ‘end is nigh’ if not taken seriously, says Oldham Prof Brian Cox
The world could be wiped out by an asteroid at any point and we are not taking the threat seriously, according to Oldham Professor and former D-ream member Brian Cox
Crawling with dinosaurs: Jurassic Park meets A Bug’s Life in Manchester professor’s insect fossil book
Honorary lecturer at The University of Manchester Dr David Penney and researcher James E. Jepson at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Germany are both fellows for the Royal Entomological Society and have studied insect preservation in rock and amber.
Child antibiotic use leads to TWICE the chance of developing asthma, finds Manchester University study
Children who are exposed to antibiotics before the age of one are more than twice as likely to develop asthma claims new research from the University of Manchester.
Is your immune system causing partners to dump you? Manchester DNA research reveals ‘compatibility gene’
Your immunie system may be affecting how attractive you are