With New Order, Hot Chip, and Kraftwerk on the menu at Bluedot, Freya Thompson reviewed a buffet of electronic music
Contributor Freya Thomson previews Bluedot Festival which sees science meet music with headliners New Order, Kraftwerk, and Hot Chip.
Researchers at Washington State University have found bacteria which can ‘eat and breathe’ electricity
In the wake of International Women’s Day, The Mancunion takes time to recognise the outstanding contributions female scientists have made
Scientists at the School of Materials in Manchester have used single-particle reconstruction to help them identify and improve the structure of fuel cells.
A Manchester-based research team have developed a potentially groundbreaking method for producing graphene
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.
Science fiction can be difficult to access, but these picks will help you into a thoroughly enjoyable genre
Despite having her appendix removed, the 99-year-old woman never discovered her medical abnormality
Jacklin Kwan tours the University of Manchester animal research unit in the Stopford Building, and examines the ethical considerations to be made in such a subject matter
Brexit is plagued with uncertainty, and the faster we’re moving towards it, the less we know about the UK’s position as a science powerhouse
For the second time in history, HIV remission has been achieved in a human patient using a combination of chemotherapy and stem cell transplants
Alex Moores explores the vibrant history of north campus, and its growth alongside industry and scientific research in Manchester.
2019 marks 150 years since the periodic table was invented. Writer Byron Gamble discusses its history