Heritage 19th November 2020
We’ve selected the most striking black-and-white images to best document our science and engineering heritage. Come and take a look!
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.
Heritage 8th October 2020
See how science and engineering at Manchester has changed through the years with a specially selected series of photographs, from 1887 up to today.
Heritage 9th September 2020
Take a trip down memory lane and see – in pictures – how science and engineering at The University of Manchester has evolved over time.
Heritage 11th August 2020
When it comes to science and engineering, it’s hard to beat The University of Manchester’s rich heritage. Find out more about the legends you’ll be following when you join us in September.
Heritage 5th August 2020
While older readers might remember the Maths Tower, younger readers will likely know the Alan Turing Building and University Place. Discover more about our campus evolution.
Heritage 17th June 2020
Sir John Cockcroft helped to prevent an even bigger disaster when fire broke out at the Windscale nuclear facility in 1957. Find out how.
Departments 20th May 2020
When Albert Einstein came to the UK to speak about his Theory of Relativity, he chose The University of Manchester. Discover the story behind the lecture.
Departments 1st April 2020
Dr Kristy Turner unearths the remarkable story of Rona Robinson, a Manchester suffragette and the first UK woman to gain a first-class chemistry degree.
The Buzz podcast 5th March 2020
In this episode of The Buzz, we celebrate The University of Manchester’s own women of science – both past and present. We speak to Prof Danielle George and Dr Andrea Murray, and we chat about some of Manchester’s iconic women of science.