What Jurassic park got right and wrong about bringing back dinosaurs
The uses of gene editing have been clouded with controversy ever since the technology was first developed in the 1970s. With the doors reopened for gene editing to return to the forefront of modern medicine, it’s crucial to learn about the correct facts and information that can decode this controversy.
How do the new COVID-19 vaccines work? Why were they made so quickly? Can we trust them?
Black history month: Henrietta Lacks and the importance of remembering the ethical injustices surrounding her story
Sam Bronheim reviews Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Swan Lake at the Lowry
It’s only a short train journey away from Manchester, so let’s get away to York
Writer Sam Bronheim reviews Celeste Ng’s New York Times bestseller and its exploration of the multiple roles of women
Writer Sam Bronheim celebrates actor Amandla Stenberg’s activism and social awareness as she uses her platform to raise awareness and promote discussions around racism and sexuality
Why it’s unrealistic (and harmful) to pressure yourself in having the best time of your life when starting university
Mars helicopter takes first flight in a historic achievement for science and makind.
Beavers: adorable, fascinating and back in the UK!
How does astrology actually work and why do so many people believe in it?
The Mancunion reveals exclusive footage
Hero Training Club are offering every reader a free class, so why not give it a go? – asks Sam Bronheim
Sam Bronheim reviews Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes at the Lowry, which stars Adam Cooper and Ashley Shaw
Sam Bronheim reviews Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella (English National Ballet)
Sam Bronheim reviews the Royal Shakeaspeare Company’s adaptation of As You Like It