Scientists are on the cusp of harnessing more environmentally-friendly magnesium alloys.
Amrita Chattopadhyay discusses how the Manchester chemistry community have been celebrating LGBT+ History month
Find out about the exciting new research going on in our Chemistry department and how it’s impacting the field worldwide
Researchers at Washington State University have found bacteria which can ‘eat and breathe’ electricity
2019 marks 150 years since the periodic table was invented. Writer Byron Gamble discusses its history
We honour Professor Paul O’Brien, a professor of Inorganic Materials at the University, for his invaluable contributions to science and society.
University of Manchester chemists have found Uranium can perform reactions previously thought to be impossible
Researchers at the University of Manchester have developed a new anti-inflammatory compound which may hold promise for conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease
Professor Saiful Islam, will present ‘Supercharged: Fuelling the Future’ at the 80th anniversary of Royal Institution Christmas Lectures
From viagra to penicillin, the world would not be the same without these accidental discoveries
Amelia Cummins discusses archaeological practices and what they can reveal about the history of humanity
Often pitted as opposites, Chemistry student Aisha Al-Janabi considers whether science is art
Scientists at the School of Materials in Manchester have used single-particle reconstruction to help them identify and improve the structure of fuel cells.
The synthetic drug problem across Europe and North America has been created inadvertently by scientific journals’ research
Experts in laser physics, cancer therapy and genetic manipulation of viruses have been rewarded for their respective discoveries in physics, medicine and physiology and chemistry
Jack Barton summarises the 2017 Nobel Prize awards in medicine, physics and chemistry announced last week
The laboratory was evacuated and a controlled destruction carried out after a Ph.D. student created TATP as a by-product of a standard procedure