A joint study led by The University of Manchester and Leicester has linked disturbed sleep to breathlessness in long COVID patients and proposes possible treatment solutions.
Science & Tech
Manchester has long been making waves in the nuclear energy industry – find out how the scientific namesakes of university buildings set in motion a movement towards green energy.
ispace’s new spacecraft made it within touching distance of the lunar surface, but a last-minute malfunction dashed their hopes of a successful moon landing
In their new book, Dr Cassidy Sugimoto and Dr Vincent Larivière highlight the challenges facing women in science and how they can be addressed.
Dr Jessica Wade works behind the scenes on Wikipedia to try to amplify scientific achievements which go unheard of against the big names in science.
A recent event hosted at Manchester Museum explored why the Variable Harlequin Toad is the most important toad you’ve never heard of.
We take a look at some of the myths surrounding household mould, and why you should probably text your landlord again about that damp patch…
With 25% of mental health patients waiting more than 12 weeks on the NHS for psychological treatments, could iCBT provide treatment for sufferers of depression and anxiety?
ChatGPT has made its way into the technological conversation quite forcefully over the past 5 months, with millions of people using it daily. Is the AI smart or silly?
One year into its ten-year mission, the James Webb Space Telescope has begun revealing the secrets of our universe
Following the reopening of the Manchester Museum, we looked at the science behind the discoveries, from human remains, animal specimens and historical objects.
A new study has revealed the effect of PFAS, known as “forever chemicals”, on our natural biological processes for the first time.
We know that air pollution has negative consequences on human health, but how does it affect our thinking and cognitive abilities?
In the age of podcasts, University of Manchester students Amelia Doran and Susan O’Flynn have recorded, edited and produced a refreshing take on the nature and history of science.
With the creation of a new cabinet position and Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, we take a look at how politics influences scientific advancement and the current issues facing UK researchers.
Antibiotic resistance is on the rise – could bacteriophages be the solution?
When Indeever Madireddy’s pet goldfish died, he could have flushed him down the toilet. Instead, he carried out a piece of research that broke new scientific ground…
Breast cancer can be a scary thing that many people have to face in their lifetime, but being aware of the early warning signs can help reduce the fear of uncertainty. Let’s look at some of the early symptoms