Worth the art miles?
Potential treatment for a degenerate blindness found in the form of embryonic stem cells.
Generating power by putting particles together rather than breaking them apart is now closer than ever.
Material which makes up shells and bones recreated in a lab.
A trio of easy and delicious cake recipes
Body Positive art show challenges the misrepresentation of body image in
today’s society, urging participants to ‘kick crash diets’ where it hurts
A comment on East vs. West buried behind a grid-like structure of mirrors
For the newbies you may not have seen Manchester in the daylight hours yet: it’s grey drizzly with a splash of colour graffittied to the walls every few metres. Manchester is famously nicknamed the Rainy City, and when you first arrive it’s hard to see anything but the concrete blandness, especially if you’ve moved here […]
Jimeoin aka Eyebrow Man, lovely Irish chap who moved to the sunnier climes of Australia years ago, is coming to the Manchester Comedy Festival 2011 on 18th October and performing at The Comedy Store. At 1pm on 17th October I had a quick chat with him before he scarpered off for more interviews, about stand-up, […]
The first Irish case of human spontaneous combustion baffles investigators.
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Stereotypes of intelligent parents producing intelligent kids might be more true than you think.
Zeina Ramadan shares her experiences of growing up in Nablus, Palestine
A library of our own provided an ironic lack of supporting literature for this complex exhibtion
One artist’s take on the cells of city life
If you haven’t heard of/seen the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Force of comedy-cabaret sauciness, your ears have not lived. On 20th October Frisky and Mannish are making their way to our humble-land (Frisky’s home-town), for the Manchester Comedy Festival and performing at The Lowry. Their production, School of Pop, taught its audiences Tudor history using the […]
Two Nobel prize winning professors at Manchester University believe they can create the next generation of computer chips