Women of STEM
The Buzz podcast 1st July 2021
In this episode of the podcast we speak to PhD students Katie Downes and Luke Chaplin of the Have You Heard? team about the dangers of science misinformation.
Departments 17th June 2021
To mark undergraduate virtual open week, our science and engineering students discuss the – many and varied – reasons they decided to study here at Manchester.
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.
Research impact and institutes 22nd April 2021
Discover the remarkable story of how a long-running research effort could help to transform the way we test for Parkinson’s disease in the future.
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.
Social responsibility 2nd March 2021
Ahead of International Women’s Day Lynne Bianchi explains why she’s choosing to challenge stereotypes linked to gender in primary science education.
Our partners 8th February 2021
Ahead of the UN’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Tyndall Manchester researcher Claire Brown highlights the need for female input in the sustainable homes conversation.
Our partners 4th February 2021
To mark the United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Dr Aneeqa Khan, Harwell Research Fellow in Nuclear Fusion, discusses her journey.
Social responsibility 12th November 2020
Find out how Manchester is looking to promote greater diversity across its School of Engineering – by inspiring the next generation of engineers.
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.