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...

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...

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,...

Genes explain mystery heart failure in pregnant women

A new genetic discovery could explain the cause of a mysterious and potentially-deadly heart condition which affects women during or just after pregnancy. The findings,...

World’s leading renewable energy experts head to Manchester

Will smart cities provide the next step in sustainable living? Can renewable energy play a key role in stopping widespread blackouts? These are just some...

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...

Scientists link sex changing direction in fish to populations

ScIentists in the UK have observed a fascinating new fact about sex changing fish: the direction of sex change has implication for population numbers. More...

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...

Compulsive buying explained

New research could explain compulsive buying, help develop a new screening tool to diagnose the condition and help people avoid the worst consequences of...

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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