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ScienceX at the Trafford Centre

The free event, organised by the University of Manchester’s Faculty of Science and Engineering, comes to the intu Trafford Centre on the 14th and15th April

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Machine learning improves simulated chimpanzee movement

University of Manchester researchers use CT scan of a chimpanzee to improve a computer system model of the primates’ walk

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Science news around the world this week

Sophie Boyd reports on key science stories from around the globe this week

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TEDx University of Manchester 2018: the speakers

This year’s event is sure to get your mind firing on all pistons — but what about the speakers, what makes them tick?

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Science news around the world this week

Fiona Batchelor reports on key science stories from around the globe

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Micro-robots: flying bees and jumping spiders

Dr Mostafa Nabawy of the University of Manchester turns science-fiction to science fact in presenting his work on robot spiders and bees

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Science news around the world this week

Sophie Boyd reports on key science stories from around the globe this week

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Manchester’s women in STEM: past and present

For International Women’s Day, we profile inspirational Manchester female scientists, from past and present

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£4.7m collaborative Zika vaccine project launches

The University of Manchester launches a collaborative project to find viable vaccines against Zika virus to protect pregnant mothers and their unborn children

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Science around the world this week

Jordan Ross reports on key science stories from around the globe this week

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Preview: getting girls into science event

A celebration of women in STEM for International Women’s Day at the Museum of Science and Industry

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Science around the world

Jacklin Kwan reports on key contributions to science from around the globe