Jaguar Land Rover has announced plans to open a new software, IT and engineering...

Jaguar Land Rover has announced plans to open a new software, IT and engineering centre in Manchester to support its strategy to introduce connected...

It’s true-Fake news is bad for your health

Believing ‘fake news’ induces stress and could be bad for your heart, new research suggests. People with low ‘information discernment’ (ID), who do not question...

Phone insomniac? Sleepy smart screen could be the answer

It has been in the news a lot but now scientists think they have the answer to one of our first world problems. Visual displays...

The world’s first-ever graphene sports shoes are revealed

The world’s first-ever sports shoes to utilise graphene – the strongest material on the planet – have been unveiled by The University of Manchester and British brand inov-8. Collaborating with...

Why Whiskers are essential for small mammals

Whiskers are essential for guiding exploration and navigation in small mammals, new research at Manchester Metropolitan University suggests. The new study published in the Proceedings of...

Salford University launches degree in Driverless and Electric cars

Salford University has launched new undergraduate and Master’s degrees to prepare engineers for the revolution in driverless and electric vehicles. Driverless cars will be worth...

Artificial intelligence footstep recognition system could be used for airport security

The way you walk and your footsteps could be used as a biometric at airport security instead of fingerprinting and eye-scanning. Researchers at The University...

CityVerve launch an immersive walking tour to bring Manchester’s innovation district to life through...

The walking tour aims to celebrate Manchester’s rich history of innovation as well as inform citizens on the pioneering developments which are being undertaken...

Bye Bye Gorgosaurus as Manchester Museum embarks on our exciting new future

Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester is saying goodbye to the Gorgosaurus this Friday but he’ll just be across the road to...

Manchester Scientists crack the mystery of how spiders jump on their prey

Scientists at the University of Manchester have unlocked the secrets of how some predatory spiders catch their prey whilst hunting by successfully training one...

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