Water, guts and thousands of white balls as Science Fest is under way.

This year's Manchester Science Festival is up and running and the Museum of Science and Industry is putting on three exhibitions as part of...

Sniffing out Parkinson’s disease

Every hour, someone in the UK is told they have Parkinson's. It affects 127,000 people in the UK - which is around one in 500...

So, say Manchester academics-Cleopatra did not die of a snake bite

Academics at The University of Manchester have dismissed the long-held argument that the ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra was killed by a snake bite. Andrew Gray,...

Manchester’s Freemason’s Hall to open its secrets

In the heart of Manchester sits an imposing building with a fascinating and stunning interior, yet even those born and bred in the city...

Wonders of Science in 100 images

MORE than 100 stunning photographs of the wonders of science are to go on show in Salford as part of Manchester Science Festival.  The Royal...

Oldham’s Town Centre at risk says Historic England

Oldham Town Centre has been identified as among one of the heritage sites identified in the North West as being at risk. Historic England (formerly...

The Piccadilly Tavern gives the Green Card to Sunday-side sports fans in...

Uneven pitches, getting the team together and overcoming the British weather, it can only be Sunday league sport!  Now The Piccadilly Tavern on London Road in...

Weird treats at this year’s Gothic Manchester festival

LIFE IN Manchester will be taking a turn for the weird this week with the start of the annual Gothic Manchester festival. The festival is...

Ryan’s George’s launches its Autumn and Winter menu

“We’re premium not fine dining and it’s the casual side of us that keeps us going” We are at a special press evening at the...

New state-of-the-art 3D camera for The Christie

Patients at The Christie are benefitting from a new state-of-the art 3D camera that will transform treatment for cancer patients, thanks to the generosity...