Researchesr from Manchester have been involved in the largest ever map of Alzheimer’s and its impacts on the human brain.
The new ‘inverted flag’ could be a cheap energy source for the future
Megan Robinson assesses Drax’s recent attempt to minimise carbon emissions using carbon capture technology.
From smarter toasters to cars to street lamps, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a movement that will have profound implications for industry and security.
Private companies have opened up space travel by bringing costs down – Wasim Aksar takes a look at those who are going boldly where no one has gone before
The University has recently been funded to solve the issue of plastic consumption and the prevalence of micro-plastics in urban environments.
International scientific research collaboration has found evidence revealing that humans are born with the innate skills to pick out words from language
The Unit features thousands of mice, rats, and fish to help research in dementia, Alzheimer’s, and cancer among others
Researchers at the National Graphene Institute in Manchester are teaming up with LifeSaver to utilise graphene in cutting-edge water filtration.
Anti-vaxxerss have been blamed for a global outbreak of measles
Euan Hall reviews the latest developments in scientific efforts to understand ripples in space-time.
We look at Cristian Bodnar’s work in artificial intelligence and machine learning that won him a prestigious award by the Global Undergraduate Summit.
IBM has recently unveiled a commercial quantum supercomputer. Wasim Askar explores the basic principles of how quantum computing works.
A Manchester-based research team have developed a potentially groundbreaking method for producing graphene
2019 marks 150 years since the periodic table was invented. Writer Byron Gamble discusses its history
Chinese New Year is right around the corner, and contributor Ella Gerry takes the opportunity to explore the significance of the pig in science research.