Heritage 11th December 2019
Our Christmas gift to you: 12 fascinating facts about Sackville Street Building, one of the University’s most iconic buildings. Merry Christmas from The Hub!
UOM life 31st October 2019
Scientists and engineers are rational thinkers. You can’t scare them with tales of things that go bump in the night; the demons that lurk within; the monsters that roam the streets, or the creatures that watch us from space. Or can you? This Halloween, we look at the fact behind the fiction.
UOM life 24th October 2019
Introducing the People of FSE – our new campaign celebrating the scientists and engineers who make our Faculty, and the research for which it’s responsible, so rich and diverse.
Heritage 9th October 2019
Three UMIST alumni recently held a special reunion on North Campus – find out how going to university can help launch careers and form friendships that last a lifetime.
UOM life 16th September 2019
You did it! You’ve arrived at the Faculty of Science and Engineering! For the next few years, you and your fellow students will be delving into everything from physics, chemistry and materials science to aerospace and chemical engineering – and don’t forget about fashion. We get that things might feel a little overwhelming right now, […]
UOM life 24th August 2019
This Manchester Pride weekend, we’re celebrating our LGBTIQ+ colleagues across the Faculty. We asked four colleagues to share their stories.
UOM life 23rd July 2019
There ain’t no party like a Jodrell Bank Party, and at its annual festival Bluedot this weekend, there were plenty of reasons to celebrate. Find out how the event marked the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landings with magic and flair.
UOM life 15th July 2019
Mathematician, computer scientist, war hero and Manchester’s heritage hero Alan Turing will appear on the new £50 banknote.
UOM life 24th June 2019
In the week of International Women in Engineering Day 2019, we celebrate our own women of engineering both past and present.
UOM life 13th June 2019
After almost half a century, we’re heading back to the Moon. In an international effort led by NASA, the return will provide scientists with clues to Earth’s past and hope for its future, as Dr Jim Green, NASA’s Chief Scientist, explains.