- Manchester academics use nanoparticles to wipe out cancer cells
Cancer is the primary cause of death worldwide and there is no one antidote. For decades, scientists have been trying to answer the elephant in the room: what is the magic recipe to cure cancer?
- Joe Biden's running mate: the last women standing
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden gut-punched political junkies last week by delaying his VP pick.
Whatever are we to do now?! Well, I thought I would summarise some pros and cons of the top
- Socially distanced theatre: Beverley Knight keeps the fire burning
On 23rd July 2020, a glimpse of hope for the UK theatre industry finally emerged, after months of uncertainty and loss.
Thanks to The Theatre Café, I was lucky enough to be invited to be a ‘guin
- Meet the UoM football clubs showing racism the red card
Manchester University’s football clubs (UMFC) have started a 10-day virtual tour of all 20 Premier League stadiums to fight against systematic racism in a mega 1000+ mile charity event.
- Introducing Manchester SU's diverse new top team
Manchester Students’ Union (SU) has welcomed one of the UK's most diverse executive teams - with a group of student officers all stemming from "international roots".
On Thursday, the SU waved g
- Introducing The Covasettes: Meet Manchester’s Up and Coming Indie Band
Written & Interviewed by Ella Marsden //
Last week I was lucky enough to have a zoom interview with the brilliant Covasettes, just ahead of the release of their new single, Be Mine. The awesome
- Students react as United return to Champions League in final day drama
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United beat Leicester City in a final day drama to secure third-place in the English Premier League below champions Liverpool and their city rivals.
After a pe
- Ali G and Main Library to reopen today
The University of Manchester has begun to reopen libraries and study spaces after campus was shut down following the coronavirus outbreak.
Limited in-person services will be offered from today (Jul
- Manchester and murals: Cultural resilience in the wake of 'catastrophe'
Culture is currently a hot topic of debate globally, with vast, ever evolving plans for “task forces" across Europe to defend a disastrous streak of closures, disruptions and economic deficit across
- Black Lives Matter at UoM: What comes next?
Black Lives Matter is a movement that has sparked worldwide change and calls to action, influencing shifts across every company, institution, and sector. Though it started in Minneapolis, the movement