Science & Tech Archive
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
Research that provides stellar screen savers! Astrophotography has become increasingly accessible and here at the University of Manchester we spoke with two student astrophotographers about their experiences capturing the far regions of space.
The weight loss drug favoured by celebs will now be available at Boots via online prescription.
We sat down with Bruce Melnick, former NASA astronaut, to discuss his time in space, his role at the Kennedy Space Center, and the ongoing Artemis Program.
We speak to Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw about their new book, university strikes, and why everyone should care about black holes.
A new electric vehicle battery that can take advantage of high-speed charging cables has been designed to relieve drivers’ range anxiety, but will it pay off?
The Mancunion bring you all the Science and Technology news you may have missed in 2022, and what to look forward to in 2023
Progressive health care in oncology is essential for effective treatment, but what are Manchester hospitals and Universities doing to close the cancer patient care gap?
New research into the possible impact of the COVID-19 vaccines on women’s menstrual cycles. Here’s what they found out!
Science and music might seem unrelated, but physics is the key to all of our favourite songs and bands
On the 6th day of Christmas, we discuss how drumming can affect the brain and mental health
To celebrate the 11th day of Christmas, find out how Joey, a small robot, could one day revolutionise pipe inspection
How one tiny flea-like invertebrate, and its robot twin, is advancing our understanding of aerodynamics
What is it that makes us want to dance to music? Researchers at McMaster University may have found the answer…
Praised by the lactose intolerant and climate conscious alike, oat milk has been the favourite milk substitute for a long time. With its creamy texture, natural sweet taste, and ability to make a latte even more delicious, is it too good to be true?
Why do ducklings swim behind their mothers? Scientists have the answer, and it turns out, it has more to do with surfing than you think…
What is a polar bear’s favourite snack? Geese, apparently! Does new research show geese have become a summer treat for polar bears, but are they enough to preserve the dwindling polar bear population?
On the 5th day of our 5 days of Christmas, find out about the scientific properties of gold!