ManSEDS’ annual Innovation in Space Festival featured Bob Morris, Chair of the Northern Space Consortium, who detailed how the UK space industry has changed recently
Dr Kate Shaw visit the University to talk about Physics Without Frontiers, an international effort to develop research in disenfranchised countries.
The International Lift-Off Film Festival is coming back to Manchester at the end of the month to showcase high quality independent film
The new society for postgraduates students kiceds off the semester with the “Postgrads Pizza”, a social attended by 150 students
In celebration and anticipation of this year’s Manchester Food and Drink Festival, Vapiano is offering its customers the opportunity to put their taste buds to the test
Jake Piazza reviews The Creative Writing Society’s Slam on the 15th of November and introduces UniSlam and Manchester’s 2017 team
Ellie Gibbs reviews the two day Northern coffee party going on in Victoria Warehouse
“They encounter a series of haphazard characters, some friendlier than others, but each with a set of psychological issues that remind the audience of the real plight of our protagonists.”
Using the world’s only bespoke semi-synthetic cadaver, VIVIT provide an eerily accurate experience of dissection
UoM Students’ Union are to launch an Alternative Lecture Series starting on October 4th with a talk from Neil McInroy – CEO of Manchester based think tank CLES.
The General Secretary of the Students’ Union also encouraged Theresa May to stop hiding in hotels
“If you care about who’s paying for our public services, you should come to our public talk on the 24th” said IFS Associate Director ahead of free public talk
Three university societies: the University of Manchester Action Palestine society, BDS Campaign society and the Recognise Refugee Rights society will be hosting a day of solidarity with Palestine in the Students’ Union
On Tuesday 20th September 2016, the university is running a landmark collaborative event to engage all 8000 new first year students in University of Manchester’s Ethical Grand Challenges Programme
The regional premier is on Tuesday 12th April at 7pm in Manchester Odeon Filmworks (in the Printworks in town), and will be followed by a Q&A with Director James Wan, and Writer/Actor Leigh Whannell, the dark minds behind the phenomenally successful SAW franchise.