Scientists at the University of Manchester (UoM) will be among the first to study material retrieved from an asteroid by
Last November, in the midst of a global pandemic and with the country facing public debt breaking £2 trillion –
Jodrell Bank may be surrounded by sleepy green fields, but the historic science centre’s reputation extends far beyond its home in the heart of Cheshire.
We are all familiar with the names Lassie, Hachiko, Rin Tin Tin…. but Laika? Who is Laika?
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.
Don Thomas has been visiting schools in Manchester as part of a world-wide tour to promote the Visitor Complex at Florida’s Kennedy Space Centre.
The fact that the new Star Wars movie has opened to almost universal mass hysteria and with British astronaut Tim Peake heading to the International Space Station, millions across the UK and beyond have become re-acquainted with the notion of going into the realms of science fiction.
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.
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.
Mankind could take one giant leap closer to understanding the origins of the universe thanks to the University of Manchester.
Ten years and £1billion later the Philae probe lands on a comet, but are space missions like this worth the time and money? Manchester thinks so