To mark World Heritage Day (18 April) we take a look at the remarkable – and truly unique – story of science and engineering here at The University of Manchester.
Discover the ‘cosmic concrete’ that Manchester scientists believe might, one day, enable humans to build a colony on Mars – and aid the climate fight on Earth.
Professor Richard Curry explains the fascinating world of quantum computing, and the potential impact it could have – now and in the future.
We return for part two of our captivating look at the weird and wonderful origins of words associated with the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
We ask scientists and engineers across our Faculty about the women who have inspired them most – past, present and future.
We mark February’s LGBT+ History Month by sharing the stories of members of the LGBT+ community here in the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Take a closer look at the fascinating – and strange – symbolism to be found in and around The University of Manchester’s iconic Sackville Street Building.
Read all about the Manchester Festival of Climate Action, an absorbing four-day event in the run-up to COP26 that addressed the biggest climate questions.
ScienceX 2021 proved a huge success – with children exploring the wonders of science and engineering, and climate change taking centre stage.
Discover the – quite literal – way that blood, sweat and tears could help humans develop the building materials needed to colonise Mars.