Research impact and institutes
Research impact and institutes 5th December 2019
Prosthetics may one day be replaced with medicine that allows us to regrow lost limbs and organs. It sounds like science fiction, but if a salamander can do it, why shouldn’t we? We spoke to Professor Sarah Cartmell about the realities of regenerative medicine.
Our partners 22nd November 2019
The Manchester Institute of Biotechnology has been named as the recipient of the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
Departments 13th November 2019
Phantom limb pain affects a staggering 80 per cent of people who have undergone amputation. We talk to Professor of Computer Science Steve Pettifer about how his work with virtual reality helps to ease this discomfort.
Our partners 7th November 2019
A new breakthrough made by scientists at The University of Manchester could see jet fuel, petrol and diesel one day replaced by biofuel made from an ocean bacteria.
Research impact and institutes 3rd October 2019
Tucked away on The University of Manchester’s North Campus, researchers are harnessing lightning – not to bring monsters to life, but to safeguard the future of the UK’s power network.
Research impact and institutes 26th September 2019
Thomas Bannan of the Manchester Urban Observatory talks about the work the team is doing to better understand the impact of air pollution on the city’s health and the environment.
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.