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.
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.
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.
The Hub spent a brilliant day at the unique science and music celebration that is Bluedot Festival – here’s what we saw, and learnt!
Discover how Manchester researchers, led by Ana Karla Díaz-Rodríguez, have investigated planet formation from gas and dust in the binary star system SVS 13.
Dr Ciara McGrath helps us blast off season three of The Buzz podcast by answering the question: Are we entering a new space age?
Astronomers have discovered an epic cosmic waltz in the heart of our galaxy, with two supermassive black holes orbiting each other once every two years.
Dr Ciara McGrath, a finalist in the 2021 IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards, discusses her stellar research, career, and the future of engineering.
Discover the – quite literal – way that blood, sweat and tears could help humans develop the building materials needed to colonise Mars.