Could the next anti-cancer drug be made from seafood?

THE HUMBLE cockle is being linked to future anti-cancer drugs after trials carried out in the UK. Biomedical scientists at the University of Salford found...

How Manchester Research could revolutionise hypersonic travel

A new kind of ceramic coating that could revolutionise hypersonic travel for air, space and defense purposes has been developed in Manchester. Hypersonic travel means moving...

University of Manchester to carry out study into the role of gig workers and...

The University of Manchester is to carry out one of 21 new studies into the novel coronavirus funded by the UK Government. Professor Martie van...

Do these dogs look healthy to you?

A MAJOR study into healthy ageing in dogs is seeking more help from the public. Wildlife conservation experts at the University of Salford want people to...

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...

£400,000 funding for revolutionary digital health project using avatars to treat breathing problems

Funding has been awarded for a new digital health project which will use high-tech, personalised avatars to help treat patients with dysfunctional breathing. Around 10%...

Manchester finds cure found for rare form of inflammatory bowel disease

A rare genetic condition which causes inflammatory bowel disease can be successfully treated by bone marrow transplant, according to University of Manchester and Manchester...

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...

Over 1700 children in Manchester will spend Xmas homeless

A shocking 2,684 children in the North West with over 1,700 in Manchester alone will wake up homeless and in temporary accommodation this Christmas,...

Manchester Scientists believe Red wine may hold the key to next-gen wearable technology

A team of scientists are seeking to kick-start a wearable technology revolution by creating flexible fibres and adding acids from red wine. Extracting tannic acid...