Now your water service comes with robots

The North West's water provider United Utilities has become the first water company in the UK to use state-of-the-art robots revolutionise its service to customers. The...

Graphene laminated pipes could reduce corrosion in the oil and gas industry

Researchers at The University of Manchester and TWI have discovered ways of using graphene to prolong the lifetime of pipes used in the oil...

Manchester trials Blood sample to help select the right early phase clinical trials for...

Scientists could help match cancer patients with no other treatment options to clinical trials with experimental medicines, by analysing the genetic faults in a...

Ancient Egyptian mummies travel to Manchester for health check-up

Two ancient Egyptian mummies have made an intrepid visit to Manchester for a state-of-the-art radiographic investigation, conducted by researchers at The University of Manchester. The...

New hope on Black schizophrenia care crisis thanks to Manchester Research Team

A groundbreaking talking treatment has been developed and successfully trialled with a group of Black and minority ethnic (BME) schizophrenia service users, carers, community...

The stronger your grip-the healthier your brain

Muscular strength, measured by handgrip, is an indication of how healthy our brains are according to a study of nearly half a million people. Participants from...

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...

Future Biomanufacturing Research Hub opens in Manchester

A new facility to transform manufacturing processes and make them more environmentally friendly, has opened today (13 June 2019), as part of a new...

Developed in Manchester:Photo-powered app could help farmers diagnose crop diseases themselves

Developed in Manchester, the new app uses a simple photograph of a leaf to provide near-instant automatic diagnosis of diseased crops could prove a major...

Could this be built to help heat the Centre of Manchester?

Manchester City Council’s Executive is to consider a proposal to create a new company, which would run the city’s low-carbon Civic Quarter Heat Network...