Jack Barton summarises the 2017 Nobel Prize awards in medicine, physics and chemistry announced last week
Roma Havers celebrates the news of the new Nobel Prize for Literature winner Bob Dylan, and considers the state of mind of the contemporary literary scene
The MSI welcomed one of the university’s golden boys of graphene to share his experience of winning the 2010 Nobel Prize, how far he has come since levitating frogs, and where graphene research is going next
Earlier this month, the prestigious Nobel Prize ceremonies began, with the prizes for Physics, Chemistry and Medicine and Physiology announced
This week we take a surreal journey through Williams’ starry nightmare, currently on show at The Whitworth Gallery
Alister Pearson returns to 1957 when legendary absurdist Albert Camus won the prestigious Nobel Prize for Literature
Four to receive Honorary Degrees as part of the University’s Foundation Day celebrations
Elizabeth Mitchell pays tribute to the great Irish poet
The reception has been mixed, but this year’s winner typifies the award for all the wrong reasons
£50m is to be invested in the commercial application of graphene, which was discovered by two professors at the University of Manchester
Two scientists at the University of Manchester have won the Nobel Prize for physics. The scientists were awarded the prize for their pioneering work on graphene, which they discovered in 2004.
Professor Andrew Geim’s and Professor Konstantin Novoselov’s Nobel Prize means there are currently four Novel Laureates at The University of Manchester. The pair were awarded the highest accolade in the scientific world for their pioneering work on graphene: the world’s thinnest material. Professor Novoselov, 36, is also the youngest Nobel Laureate since 1973.