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.
Scientists are on the cusp of discovering what babies are thinking thanks to ground-breaking new technology being trialled at the Manchester Museum this weekend.
‘We’ve got terrestrial work to do’: Matt Damon film success and NASA discovery sees Martians land in Manchester
Martians have landed in Manchester after a leading space exploration group opened a new branch in the city.
Chronic pain sufferers could be set for some relief as Manchester-based research has discovered the body’s natural painkillers could be enhanced.
From adult-only ball pools to musings on food, Manchester’s Science Festival is sure to be a hit with locals, with 170 events set to be held between October 22 and November 1.
The thought of moth watching on a Saturday night might not give you butterflies in your stomach, but the work of migration experts would be ‘impossible’ without volunteers.
The University of Manchester has underscored its status as the world’s leading centre for graphene research, as the first artist’s impression of their new £60million centre has been released.
Two galaxies near the Milky Way are colliding, producing a colourful firework display discovered by experts at the University of Manchester and the University of Hong Kong.
Figures in a recent Sunday Times report revealed that, for a professorship in science, women get paid an average of £5,000 less than men – the figure rising to as much as £21,000 in some institutions.
So many little boys and girls across the globe dream of one day becoming astronauts – maybe even we grown-ups do too – and one man is determined to show Manchester kids that their wish of travelling to space could be just a shooting star away.
Fake animal mummies have been discovered by University of Manchester scientists during a scanning mission to unravel the dark secrets behind Ancient Egypt’s mummifying industry.