Using the world’s only bespoke semi-synthetic cadaver, VIVIT provide an eerily accurate experience of dissection
Dr Kate Shaw visit the University to talk about Physics Without Frontiers, an international effort to develop research in disenfranchised countries.
The EU has announced plans to implement lie detectors at its busiest borders, but is the science behind lie detection really infallible?
Anish Gulati and Jacklin Kwan discuss the effects of military funding in science research, and whether it should have a place in STEM
Jacklin Kwan explores how sexism is perpetuated in STEM and results in disparity in gender representation
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, a court-room style debate occurred with, the two topics for discussion being artificial intelligence and superbugs
Ellie Martin chats to Robogals about the importance of helping girls in STEM and why you should get involved in a CV-boosting, exciting project like theirs
Dr John Broderick speaks to us about the importance of scientists in policymaking, and advocating for environmental policies at a Conservative conference
A study published by the University reveals the high correlation between an unnatural death rate and being recently discharged from mental patient care
Modern techniques in DNA sequencing are becoming increasingly advanced. Wasim Askar looks at how DNA tests are used by states, companies, and people.
We honour Professor Paul O’Brien, a professor of Inorganic Materials at the University, for his invaluable contributions to science and society.
Tom Allen looks at antibiotics, and if it is time to reform the way in which we use them
Research at the University of Manchester has linked socioeconomic deprivation to the divide in early deaths between the North and South of England
Research from academics at the University of Manchester has linked the treatment of age-related cognitive decline with aiding vision and hearing
The conversation around bee populations has lost its nuance, and Jacklin Kwan seeks to address that
‘If you haven’t yet, you will be’
Astronomers at the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics have detected interstellar gamma ray bursts using indirect methods for the first time.