Electrons flowing like liquid in graphene start a new wave of physics

Graphene is many times more conductive than copper thanks, in part, to its two-dimensional structure. In most metals, conductivity is limited by crystal imperfections which...

One in seven Brits predominantly drink at home

One in seven Brits almost always stay in to enjoy a drink, with over 55s most likely to skip the pub, new research from...

Ex-cons reveal their top security tips

Smart connected cars and homes are keeping burglars at bay, according to a new study conducted among a panel of ex-convicts, released today by...

Christmas came early at Southport Flower Show as curious garden theme inspired winter wonderland

The curious garden theme for the 2017 Southport Flower Show inspired many colourful and exuberant gardens but none more so than the Christmas themed winter wonderland...

Thomas Dakin Gin Unveils First Billboard at Manchester Railway Station

Thomas Dakin Gin, the UK’s fastest growing craft gin, has unveiled its first ever billboard advertisement at Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station. The eye-catching billboard is...

Manchester researcher unearths tragic tale of visionary football coach murdered by the Nazis

The introduction of a Barcelona-style passing game at a Baltic football club took them to three championships in succession in the late 1930s –...

How to meditate with raisins

The lowly raisin has been a favoured occupant of the school lunch-box for generations. Nowadays, these unassuming grapes offer more than just a boost...

The world’s fastest golf hole attempt at Worsley Park

This month, five teams of golfers from Worsley Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club attempted to unofficially challenge the world record for the fastest golf hole...
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Lockie: The Prince and the small girl

This week my column is a short essay I wrote after Prince passed away. No jokes, no clever comments... Just my version of what I...

Researchers use polystyrene to make next-generation of solar panels even cheaper

Researchers from The University of Manchester are using polystyrene particles rather than expensive polymers to make the next generation of solar cells, which are...

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