Jodrell Bank Observatory release 50 year-old audio archive of Soviet Zond 6 lunar mission

Jodrell Bank are releasing recordings of a Soviet space mission from fifty years ago, just as the race to the Moon was approaching the...

EE announces plans to launch 5G in Manchester

Manchester is among the six cities chosen for the first phase of its 5G launch. It joins the UK’s capital cities,London, Cardiff, Belfast and...

Manchester PHD student discovers the slowest ever pulsar

An approximately 14 million year old pulsar star that is the “slowest-spinning” of its kind ever identified has been discovered by a PhD student...

Manchester Professor wins Leverhulme prize

Professor Rahul Nair has been awarded £100,000 by the Leverhulme Trust to the advancement of his research related to novel graphene based membranes. Nair’s research...

Gold medal Olympic cyclists to electrify Oxford Road for science festival

Manchester’s Oxford Road is set to light up in a fusion of energy, entertainment and cycling. Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) is putting on a free-to-attend...

Dirty money-Superbugs found on the notes and coins we handle

Tests conducted by the microbiology team has found life-threatening bacteria on the money we handle every day. The notes and coins we use every day...

£4.1m Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre opened by University Chancellor

The Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre (MFCIC) – a £4.1m facility dedicated to developing new sources of green, emission free energy and making it available...

Half a million runners in UK injured, Salford University new research

Of Britain’s more than 2 million recreational runners, around 1 million are falling injured annually with 500,000 ‘off the road’ at any one time. A...

Made in Manchester-Innovative new app harnesses power of music to help people living with...

A new app to help people with dementia to cope with the challenges of daily life is being developed by an academic at Manchester...

So why do some animals have bones in their penis?

University biologists have used innovative 3D scanning and engineering-inspired computer simulations to help solve the mystery of why some species of male mammals evolved...

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