To be held on the 28th October, the OMG! Girls in Tech conference aims to inspire young women to challenge stereotypes and recognise their potential in the tech industry
It is no longer a question of whether women are underrepresented in science—it is a fact. So why are we still having to defend ourselves?
The Manchester Science Festival returns for its 10th year, running from 20-30th October, in collaboration with the Museum of Science and Industry
A new programme has been developed with the Christie to tackle cancer prevention
Despite the fee cap promise of £9,000 in 2012, universities are set to increase their fees to above £9,500 due to a new government framework
A new exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry tells the story of graphene and its seemingly unstoppable potential
This academic year marks the inauguration of FBMH, a merger between the previously known Faculty of Life Sciences and Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences
A stark rise in the number of student meningitis cases in recent years has prompted a national vaccination programme to help tackle the spread of infection
Students have revealed their concerns with the current system, claiming it has a ‘bad reputation’ and that they feel embarrassed to say they had used it
Despite being high achievers at age 5, white children tend to fall behind ethnic minority groups at GCSE level, study says
Over half of UK Jewish students are clustered at only 6 universities, including Manchester. However, there is a decreasing number of Jewish students at UoM in the midst of a potential Israel boycott—is anti-Semitism to blame?
For International Women’s Day 2016, the GDI celebrated the history of feminism with a screening of Suffragette. Afterwards we spoke to Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of Emmeline, about how the fight for equality is far from over