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Manchester scientists find new test predicts skin cancer return

New findings from the CRUK Manchester Institute show that a test for tumour DNA in the blood can predict skin cancer returning

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Revolutionary graphene sports shoes

The University of Manchester and sportswear company innov-8 collaborate to develop revolutionary new running and fitness shoes using graphene

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Uranium discovery could lead to biodegradable plastic

University of Manchester chemists have found Uranium can perform reactions previously thought to be impossible

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Cafe in Chorlton considers going cashless

Barbecue, a coffee shop on Wilbraham Road, is to stop accepting cash payments completely

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Virtual reality in the classroom

Eventual adds a shared virtual reality experience for classrooms to their VR Platform

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Jodrell Bank telescope to receive £4m from the budget

The government are to give the University of Manchester site funding, allowing important expansion project to move forward

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Explore the latest technology at DigiLab

The free event comes back to the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons this Thursday the 30th of November

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Man Met rank number one green university in UK

People & Planet University League sees Manchester Metropolitan University ranked first in sustainability practices

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Finally free from freshers’ flu?

Also known as the common cold. Why hasn’t science found a cure yet?

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Largest rocket launched from UK by Manchester space tourism firm

Privately owned commercial space travel company, Starchaser Industries Ltd., has successfully launched their largest rocket, the Skybolt 2, in Northumberland village of Otterburn

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Smear test ‘not needed for lesbian women’?

LGBT+ groups have said that gay women are being told that they do not need mandatory cervical screenings

Photo: Daniel Liam Glyn

‘Changing Stations’ music album tells story of synaesthesia

Manchester composer, Daniel Liam Glyn, uses music to tell a story of his neurological condition and his love for London