‘Seen and not heard’: A feminist examination of the Covid-19 inquiry
The COVID-19 inquiry only reaffirmed the public’s attitude surrounding the government’s handling of the pandemic – unserious and poor. However, for women, the text messages coming to light expose a recurring pattern of misogyny within Number 10
Covid-19 Inquiry: A spectacular demonstration on what not to do
The ongoing COVID-19 inquiry demonstrates that all the skills you learn at school and university are quickly forgotten once you walk into Westminster
EVEscape to the rescue: The AI tool predicting new virus strains before they evolve
The new AI technology, developed by the University of Oxford and Harvard Medical School, could help predict new viral outbreaks
The return of the Vinyl Frontier society: “There’s infinite potential for conversation”
From Nina Simone to SOPHIE, all manner of music gets a fair hearing at Manchester’s premier album book-club, and this year’s committee are looking to expand the weekly music discussion group even further
Survival of the fittest: May the best human win, or not…
Our bodies are complex and have many different mechanisms that allowed our ancestors to survive the Black Death – but are these mechanisms now secretly sabotaging us?
Schools close in Manchester due to Covid-19 outbreaks
Covid-19 cases are increasing in Greater Manchester. Many schools in Manchester have begun temporarily shutting down but how long will this go on for?
One Year of President Biden: A Progressive Revolution or an Uninspiring Façade?
Amidst a pandemic, economic crisis, and increasing political polarisation it is fair to say that President Biden has faced a difficult first year but has it really been a progressive revolution, or was it just an uninspiring façade?
UoM moves some teaching online for the rest of the week
Sources have told The Mancunion that all teaching at the University of Manchester is due to be moved online imminently after a surge in Covid-19
UoM and the UK lead the way for COVID-19 pill production
UK becomes first country to approve new COVID-19 treatment pill, and the University of Manchester will be a key driver in its production
Cloudy with a chance of pain: how likely is another lockdown this winter?
How likely is another lockdown this winter? Sasha Braham discusses whether we’ll need to dust off Zoom this Christmas.