Dylan James highlights the significance of Sound Cloud for upcoming artists and how it was vital a platform to some of the biggest musicians in the industry
Physics lecturer, Dr Andrew Markwick, creates StudentCRT software to improve student wellbeing at The University of Manchester
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, a court-room style debate occurred with, the two topics for discussion being artificial intelligence and superbugs
Olivia Stringer points out the disturbing parallels between what today’s society is turning into and the warnings that were given to us by TV series Black Mirror.
Even though technology has penetrated every aspect of modern life, most of us have been limited in how we envision the future to look like. We talk about how social media may change the political landscape, how the rise of interconnectivity can affect our relationships, and how technological advancements may help solve issues like climate […]
The free event, organised by the University of Manchester’s Faculty of Science and Engineering, comes to the intu Trafford Centre on the 14th and15th April
A team of University of Manchester engineering students have used 3D printing to manufacture a new low-cost robotic prosthetic hand prototype
The media seems to express increasing concern over the dangers of social media on mental health, but we’re focusing on the wrong thing
Cachella Smith argues that the prevalence of emojis in our everyday speech is changing our ability to use and appreciate the English language.
The world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer switched on for the first time. With 1 million processors, it aims to unlock the secrets of the human brain
‘If you haven’t yet, you will be’
10,000 new jobs are set to be created in Manchester with the launch of the new ‘cities’ development programme
The Internet has changed how we share music and how music is made. Discussing two artists and their impact on the music scene, Byron Gamble investigates its transformation
The thinnest material ever created could revolutionise the way we build aircraft, say University of Manchester researchers
University of Manchester materials scientists have found a way to durably combine antibacterial copper nanoparticles with wearable fabrics, which has the potential to limit the spread of infection in hospitals
Don Broco leaves Music Editor Hannah Brierley grinning from ear to ear after the show, with an intense, adrenaline-filled performance