The Buzz podcast 28th January 2021
The second season of The Buzz podcast begins with astrophysicist Dr Eamonn Kerins, who helps us answer one of life’s biggest questions: Do aliens exist?
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 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?
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.
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 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.
Heritage 17th July 2019
The Lovell Telescope is an iconic structure and the jewel in the crown of Jodrell Bank. Read all about the man after which it is named: Sir Bernard Lovell.
Heritage 11th July 2019
To mark Jodrell Bank being awarded UNESCO World Heritage status, read the first in our three-part series celebrating this much-loved observatory and its place in scientific history.
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.
Departments 11th February 2019
This United Nations’ Day of Women and Girls in Science, we celebrate one of the brightest stars in physics – Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, the world-renowned physicist who discovered pulsars.