Remember the Ice Bucket challenge?

In today’s social media driven society an internet meme or online trend can explode in popularity overnight. Remember the Ice Bucket challenge? But why do...

Early morning rave, library of fake news and dinosaur experience join headline exhibition Robots...

  The programme for this year’s Manchester Science Festival will be announced today, with events including a library of fake news, an exploration of the...

Conservation work is helping to protect our precious moorland

Work to protect the iconic moorland of the Peak District and South Pennines is having a positive and statistically significant effect on the environment,...

Manchester developed ‘FootSnap’ app helps in fight against diabetic foot ulcers

Manchester researchers have developed an app to help medical professionals capture consistent photographs of the underside of diabetics’ feet in order to better detect...

Exploring the world of Blissymbolics

Academics from Manchester Metropolitan University fronted and starred in a radio feature exploring the little-known world of Blissymbolics. The BBC Radio 4 show, 'The Symbols Of...

Half-a-billion year old worm fossils shed new light on animal evolution

Scientists have discovered traces of life more than half-a-billion years old that could change the way we think about how all animals evolved on...

Salford University’s Vitamin C knock out punch for cancer cells

CANCER stem cells, which fuel the growth of fatal tumours, can be knocked out by a one-two combination of antibiotics and Vitamin C in...

Artefact study to shed new light on life in Roman and Late Antique Egypt

The first in-depth study of Roman and Late Antique Egypt using everyday artefacts as its principal source of evidence has been awarded a large...

Small steps-Salford research into the pitter patter of tiny feet

Researchers in Salford are looking for parents of babies to take part in the first study its kind aimed at transforming our understanding of...

2D materials clean up their act

Two-dimensional materials such as graphene may only be one or two atoms thick but they are poised to power flexible electronics, revolutionise composites and...

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