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
It’s here – the October issue of the Mancunian Matters e-edition! The latest issue is packed with the latest news,
Is there science behind the Government’s decisions when it comes to Covid-19
‘Unprecedented contribution to society and science’: Manchester councillor backs campaign for Turing £50 note
Since the Bank of England signalled its intention to feature a scientist on the new note, mathematician Alan Turing is being floated as a potential candidate.
A unique collection of over 100 robots will enable visitors to discover the cultural, historical and technological context of humanoid robots.
A revolutionary heart attack sensor has been developed by researchers from Manchester University’s School of Materials.
Salford University scientists shortlisted for prestigious award for Chernobyl Disaster animal research project
The study, led by Dr Mike Wood from the University’s School of Environment and Life Sciences, looked into how radiation had affected animal populations at the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (CEZ).
Some may fear that robots will eventually take over the world, but engineers in Manchester are at least ensuring that our demise will sound spectacular.
‘Pubs are more comfy than lecture theatres!’: Science festival set for Manchester’s bars and ale houses
Scientists are all set to venture out of their labs to take over pubs around Manchester and get people talking about science.
Science and music collide: French electro wizard Jean Michel Jarre to headline new Jodrell Bank discovery festival
The bluedot festival – a nod to Carl Sagan’s pale blue dot – will take place in the shadow of the iconic Lovell radio telescope at the Cheshire observatory between July 22-24.