This World Engineering Day (4 March), discover just some of the ways Manchester researchers are helping to engineer a better future for us all.
Ahead of International Women’s Day Lynne Bianchi explains why she’s choosing to challenge stereotypes linked to gender in primary science education.
To mark the United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Dr Aneeqa Khan, Harwell Research Fellow in Nuclear Fusion, discusses her journey.
Discover how a Manchester robotics team drew inspiration from a Hollywood blockbuster to help Network Rail survey the caves and mines around its lines.
PhD researcher James Mason and his Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research colleagues dive into the work being done to combat rising sea levels.
Dig deep into our Christmas stocking and discover the many different ways that science makes the festive season what it is – and can even improve it!
We’ve selected the most striking black-and-white images to best document our science and engineering heritage. Come and take a look!
Find out how Manchester is looking to promote greater diversity across its School of Engineering – by inspiring the next generation of engineers.
Meet the science and engineering COVID Catalysts whose work and research during the pandemic could lead to a brighter future – in many different ways.
Could the Faculty of Science and Engineering – and the city of Manchester itself – be haunted? This Halloween we lift the (coffin) lid and take a look.