Physics and Astronomy
The Buzz podcast 27th May 2021
In this captivating episode of The Buzz podcast we speak to Manchester alumni Nat Curran (NASA) and Fran McDonald (European Space Agency) about the wonders of the Moon.
Social responsibility 6th May 2021
Find out how the Faculty of Science and Engineering is helping The University of Manchester lead the way in sustainable development.
Research impact and institutes 13th April 2021
Discover why a meteorite that landed in the Cotswolds – and which Manchester scientists are helping to investigate – could help solve some of space’s big mysteries.
Social responsibility 8th March 2021
Find out how and why people throughout the Faculty of Science and Engineering are ‘choosing to challenge’ this International Women’s Day.
The Buzz podcast 28th January 2021
The second season of The Buzz podcast begins with astrophysicist Dr Eamonn Kerins, who helps us answer one of life’s biggest questions: Do aliens exist?
UOM life 16th December 2020
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!
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.
Research impact and institutes 16th September 2020
This week, a team of astronomers from across the world revealed that the rare and typically industrially-made molecule phosphine has been discovered in the clouds surrounding Venus. Are the clouds of Venus manmade?