MACE 14th November 2023
You’d be forgiven for wondering what on earth a ‘Giant Foamboard Quadcopter’ is. Better yet, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s something out of a DC movie or Stan Lee comic strip. Superheroes and gadgets aside, picture this: it’s CASCADE Collaboration Workshop Week, and a group of 35 students and researchers from UK universities were […]
Departments 18th November 2021
Dr Ciara McGrath, a finalist in the 2021 IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards, discusses her stellar research, career, and the future of engineering.
Departments 28th October 2021
Mechanical engineering student Tosin Shodeyi discusses a remarkable family history of three generations of Black engineers here at Manchester.
Heritage 16th September 2021
Discover why, on North Campus, there is a huge Vimto bottle, intriguing green-and-white dome, curious man-in-a-bath sculpture, and much more.
Research impact and institutes 22nd July 2021
Researchers across the Faculty of Science and Engineering have been involved in the Royal Society’s brilliant Summer Science Exhibition. Find out more!
Research impact and institutes 10th June 2021
The University of Manchester has launched its own satellite! Find out what this landmark achievement could mean for future research of very low Earth orbits.
Departments 20th May 2021
We shine a light on the vital, ever-evolving field of healthcare engineering – and the crucial work going on here at The University of Manchester in the fight against COVID-19.
Social responsibility 13th May 2021
We speak to Dr Lynne Bianchi, who explains how a pioneering new report could help reshape science learning for children – encouraging a more meaningful approach.
Robotics and AI 30th April 2021
In this episode of the podcast we speak to biomechanics expert Dr Ben Parslew to find out how – and why – animal robotics is taking flight.
Our partners 18th March 2021
Professor Carly McLachlan provides an update on a unique project between the Tyndall Centre and Massive Attack that has decarbonisation in its sights.