Social responsibility 21st October 2020
The Black History Trail is attempting to address underrepresentation of Black students in subjects including science and engineering. Learn more about this important initiative.
Research impact and institutes 15th October 2020
The Environmental Research Centre has built a revolutionary new greenhouse that will transform the way plants are grown. Find out more.
Heritage 8th October 2020
See how science and engineering at Manchester has changed through the years with a specially selected series of photographs, from 1887 up to today.
Research impact and institutes 16th September 2020
This week, a team of astronomers from across the world revealed that the rare and typically industrially-made molecule phosphine has been discovered in the clouds surrounding Venus. Are the clouds of Venus manmade?
The Buzz podcast 10th September 2020
This episode of The Buzz is dedicated to one of The University of Manchester’s most treasured heroes – Alan Turing. We speak to Turing’s nephew Dermot Turing, who tells us more about Turing’s time at Bletchley Park. We also chat with James Sumner, Senior Lecturer in History, and find out about Turing’s work at The University of Manchester.
Heritage 9th September 2020
Take a trip down memory lane and see – in pictures – how science and engineering at The University of Manchester has evolved over time.
Research impact and institutes 4th September 2020
A team from The University of Manchester have made a breakthrough that will allow us to keep an eye on a much larger section of our galaxy in our search for alien life.
Research impact and institutes 21st August 2020
Francis Livens, Director of the Dalton Nuclear Institute, tells us about Manchester’s new Radioactive Waste Management Research Support Office.
Research impact and institutes 14th August 2020
In this episode of The Buzz we take a deep dive into the wonder material graphene, and how it established Manchester’s place at the forefront of global scientific innovation.
Heritage 11th August 2020
When it comes to science and engineering, it’s hard to beat The University of Manchester’s rich heritage. Find out more about the legends you’ll be following when you join us in September.