Research impact and institutes 16th July 2020
Today sees the launch of On Net Zero – a new report from The University of Manchester that collates thought pieces on important climate issues. Find out more about how COVID-19 has affected the UK’s decarbonising agenda.
Research impact and institutes 2nd July 2020
Discover how one of our engineers saved the day, by adapting the ventilation masks worn by COVID-19 patients in Manchester.
The Buzz podcast 23rd June 2020
In this episode of The Buzz, we chat to a couple of the Faculty of Science and Engineering’s own engineers and ask them what we can do to inspire more girls to choose engineering as both a study and career choice.
Heritage 17th June 2020
Sir John Cockcroft helped to prevent an even bigger disaster when fire broke out at the Windscale nuclear facility in 1957. Find out how.
The Buzz podcast 5th June 2020
In this episode of The Buzz, we round up all the COVID-19 news from across the Faculty of Science and Engineering and take a closer look at how our very own scientists and engineers are helping.
Departments 20th May 2020
When Albert Einstein came to the UK to speak about his Theory of Relativity, he chose The University of Manchester. Discover the story behind the lecture.
Research impact and institutes 12th May 2020
Researchers at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology are working on a test for COVID-19 that can be used at home and provides results in 20 minutes.
UOM life 4th May 2020
Manchester is often at the forefront of things, but did you know the city may well be responsible for Star Wars Day on May 4th? Find out how here.
The Buzz podcast 30th April 2020
In this episode of The Buzz, we’re talking about dinosaurs and learning about one of the University’s most exciting projects – Mission Jurassic.
Departments 28th April 2020
This week we have a guest post on resilience of the UK’s electricity network during periods of crisis – and how the lights are being kept on during the COVID-19 pandemic.