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Equality, diversity, inclusivity and human rights were order of the day at the Annual Pankhurst Lecture 2019. Presented by the revered Dame Anne Owers, former Chief Inspector of Prisons and now Nati
Celebrating 15 years since his successful isolation of graphene, Nobel Laureate Professor Sir Kostya Novoselov will produce pieces of art using the innovative material, live at Mobile World Congress
A project co-led by the University of Manchester’s Dr Jess Gifkins, Lecturer in International Relations, has found that once the UK exits the European Union, it must work to ensure the United Natio
An evaluation of the ageing population will be up for discussion at a special event hosted by the Centre for Ageing Better in Leeds next month. The meeting will give researchers the opportunity to
The written word is becoming ever more important and the world shifts ever further into a digital life. English is far more than just a core subject. It is the way to express abilities, to convey know
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Astronomers from around the world have combined radio telescopes on five continents, including Jodrell Bank, to prove the existence of a narrow stream of material, known as a jet, emerging from afterm
The UK needs to demonstrate its added value to the United Nations and adopt a principled and values-driven foreign policy if it is to maintain its current influence after it leaves the EU, according t
With the school children’s #ClimateStrike movement reaching the UK, Catherine Walker explores how children are framed in climate change discourse and asks how can children move us beyond our curre
Exams: The Cool, Calm and Confident Way Cool, calm and confident is not often words fitting to a student preparing to sit exams. And those that do fit this description… well, we sometimes worry that
Dozens of the students from The University of Manchester joined local residents to help tidy up the streets of Moss Side by picking up litter, recycling rubbish and planting trees..
A new technique using patients’ own modified cells to treat Crohn’s disease has been proven to be effective in experiments using human cells, with a clinical trial of the treatment expected to sta
Mind Set just before an Exam Before great sporting events, athletes tell of things that motivate and prepare them for the challenging event ahead. Mentally, sportspeople have scenes, routines or image
Keeping up Momentum The January Blues may have been and gone, but your teen may still be stuck in a state of sluggishness. With wintry weather still upon us- and prelim exams likely well underway- you
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Muster Up January Motivation As parents, we know how important our child’s education will be in the future, and it can be frustrating when your teen doesn’t seem to grasp a sense of the motivation
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