Government funding cuts compels Manchester Museum of Science and Industry into possible merger
Why precious metals are an increasingly lucrative investment and how students can get in on the action.
Museums in Manchester receive extra funding while museums elsewhere loose their funding completey
Despite tripling tuition fees, poorer students continue to apply for undergraduate courses
Local Green Party activist Gayle O’Donovan passed away last week
Far from sitting around and trying to watch half of Youtube, we’ve been gearing up for the new term
The payday loan company sparked outrage when it was noticed that they had marketed their service to students
The ‘father of computer science’ may soon be officially pardoned following a motion submitted to parliament by John Leech, MP
The Civil and Construction Society accidentally sold many students hoodies containing a misprint
A dispute about the size and location of a car park has stalled plans for a new cancer facility
Institution holds shares in Shell, BP and Halliburton, despite policy which rules out investment in companies which cause “environmental degradation”
Computer scientists in Manchester have developed innovative software designed to aid rescue efforts in the aftermath of natural disasters.