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Push Doctor launches grant for medical students

A new grant for medical students has been launched by Push Doctor. The grant is open to any medical student studying at a ...

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Interview: Chadden Hunter

Manchester’s dull and wet weather makes the city an unusual place to find BBC nature producer and self-confessed “hot weather person,” Chadden ...

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Preview: Pint of Science Festival returns to Manchester

From the 15th–17th of May, Manchester’s Pint of Science Festival invites all self-proclaimed science lovers to join in conversation with some of ...

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Push Doctor launches grant for medical students

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Interview: Chadden Hunter

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Preview: Pint of Science Festival returns to Manchester

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Push Doctor launches grant for medical students

Students studying at UK universities can now apply for cash grants from the digital healthcare brand

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Interview: Chadden Hunter

Science & Technology Editor, Georgie Hines, sits down with Planet Earth II producer Chadden Hunter to discuss conservation, the challenges of nature filmmaking, and what’s in store next

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Preview: Pint of Science Festival returns to Manchester

The annual Pint of Science Festival is back again from the 15th–17th May, bringing together the wonders of science and the comfort (and beer!) of Manchester’s best bars and clubs

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Graphene could work wonders in water purification

University of Manchester academics make waves again with the discovery of a new, potentially humanitarian use for the Nobel Prize-winning wonder material

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The science of attraction

Why are you attracted to someone? Is it hormones? Or maybe your immune system?

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Controversy: Animal testing

This week, Senior Science & Technology Reporter, Serena Holloway, tackles the ongoing debate on animal testing in pharmaceutical development

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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

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Become a master of memory within weeks

A new memorising technique has revealed that we may all have the capability to become a ‘genius’

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‘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

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