Following the death of Prince Philip, MM remembers the role he played in education in Greater Manchester. In 1967, after
Two new studies have found there is still much more to be done to protect young girls against female genital
A video showing students from the University of Salford climbing out the first-floor windows of their student accommodation after flouting
The end of the WTO? EU tariffs on US goods to get back at Trump could have wider implications, says Salford academic
The EU has declared it will impose tariffs on US goods – two years since the UK set the wheels in motion to leave the EU in a referendum.
Many people from Britain decide to explore Australia at some point in their lifetime, although few could top the travelling dedication shown by one man from Down Under.
Trump steel tariffs: Populism here to stay, says Salford academic in reaction to US President’s trade war
Donald Trump’s imposition of tariffs on steel and aluminium from the EU, Canada and Mexico is ‘highly political if not populist,’ according to University of Salford academic Faisal Sheikh.
University of Salford lecturer brands KFC chicken shortage as ‘shocking’ as branches remain closed in Manchester
A University of Salford lecturer has branded KFC’s supply problems as ‘shocking’ – as hundreds of outlets remain closed throughout the country.
Holby City and Jesus of Nazareth star Robert Powell returned to the University of Salford to speak to students at their new £55m arts centre.
‘Masters’ of the ice… Manchester Storm join forces with University of Salford to lure three internationals
A University of Salford scholarship programme has helped Manchester Storm secure deals for three international hockey players.
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).
Archaeologists are calling for local residents to help uncover the forgotten past of Collyhurst Hall.