Research impact and institutes
Departments 8th August 2019
It’s impossible to predict whether a football transfer will work out… or is it? New research from the Department of Physics and Astronomy calculates how long it takes a new signing to adjust.
Research impact and institutes 3rd July 2019
A group of scientists led by academics from The University of Manchester have been selected to appear at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition, where they will be showing visitors how the food choices they make impact the planet.
Research impact and institutes 7th June 2019
There’s something exciting going on in the Badlands of Wyoming, and we’ve dug up a few clues for you. Join us as we introduce the real Jurassic Park.
Departments 14th May 2019
A new flapless plane that aerospace students attending The University of Manchester have been working on for 15 years has taken its first flight – and could now revolutionise air travel as we know it.
Research impact and institutes 25th April 2019
A new species of spider discovered in Hong Kong cannot only jump and dance up a storm – it’s a master of disguise too.
Research impact and institutes 11th April 2019
This World Parkinson’s Day, we take a look at research carried out at the School of Chemistry, which has the potential to transform Parkinson’s diagnosis.
Research impact and institutes 25th March 2019
This week marks the second Greater Manchester Green Summit. Electric vehicles are the obvious replacement to cars that run on fossil fuels – but how much further along the road (sorry) are the public to embracing them? We got the lowdown from the experts.
Research impact and institutes 26th February 2019
A global effort including astronomers at Jodrell Bank has helped to answer a question scientists have debated for decades – what exactly happens in the aftermath of two stars colliding.
Research impact and institutes 7th February 2019
The University of Manchester has been awarded funds by the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) organisation that will support three brand new Centres for Doctoral Training.
Departments 16th January 2019
A detailed digital 3D model of a colossal skull has been created – and the creature it came from is the key to unlocking one of the UK’s longest standing dinosaur mysteries.