Jacklin Kwan tours the University of Manchester animal research unit in the Stopford Building, and examines the ethical considerations to be made in such a subject matter
Is measuring children at age two the answer to solving the UK’s obesity problem?
New research from the University of Manchester has revealed correlation between skin odour and Parkinson’s
Despite the high demand for more male contraception, the development of gels or pills for men has a long way to go before they hit the shelves.
The cleaner wrasse has passed the mirror self-recognition test – what implications does this have on the study of consciousness in animals?
Researchers have linked 57 gene regions to insomnia, revealing new potential target areas for treatment to this increasingly prevalent condition
Big data has the potential to be seamlessly integrated in every single aspect of our lives, making it more accessible, safe, and convenient
In the wake of International Women’s Day, The Mancunion takes time to recognise the outstanding contributions female scientists have made
In the wake of LGBT history month, we take a look at how scientific understanding of homosexuality shaped our cultural and political attitudes.
Two-hundred scientists have come together to produce the first ever image of a black hole in a landmark moment for astronomers
Led by Professor Stephen Taylor, University of Manchester researchers have found promising leads in their hunt to tackle ovarian cancer
ManSEDS’ annual Innovation in Space Festival featured Bob Morris, Chair of the Northern Space Consortium, who detailed how the UK space industry has changed recently
Researchers at Washington State University have found bacteria which can ‘eat and breathe’ electricity
A report published a Zurich team has revealed the small handful of companies that hold disproportionate influence in the global economy
Manchester astronomers at Jodrell Bank have been part of an international collaboration that have observed a rare and violent stellar event
Brexit is plagued with uncertainty, and the faster we’re moving towards it, the less we know about the UK’s position as a science powerhouse
For the second time in history, HIV remission has been achieved in a human patient using a combination of chemotherapy and stem cell transplants