Physics and Astronomy
Might aliens – one day – discover humans, and not the other way around? Student Lucinda Shirreffs considers exciting new research suggesting just that.
Student Lucinda Shirreffs sets focus on pulsars – and how Manchester researchers are helping to measure their properties in greater accuracy than ever before.
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.
We don our hard hats to climb Jodrell Bank’s incredible Lovell Telescope and meet the remarkable people who work there – keeping it safe 24/7.
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.
Jonathon Langford, a former Manchester undergraduate who has completed a PhD while working on the Large Hadron Collider, tells us about his exciting journey.
Professor Marco Gersabeck explains his and his team’s fascinating work at the Large Hadron Collider – including their research into matter and antimatter.
This special episode of The Buzz podcast accompanies our CERN miniseries – and explores the fascinating work of Manchester scientists on the Large Hadron Collider.
We speak to Dr Will Bertsche (Department of Physics and Astronomy) for the third post in our CERN miniseries – and ask about his work on the intriguing Alpha collaboration.
In the second instalment of our CERN miniseries, we find out more about the experiments and activities Manchester scientists are carrying out at the Large Hadron Collider.