Archivist Ceri Forster reveals the electrifying story of some of the newest items in our collection.
We are delighted to welcome on board the Granada Foundation as funders for our Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond exhibition—find out here why they want to be involved.
Postgraduate researcher Paul Coleman explores how electricity use was encourage in wartime Britain.
This week (10–19 March) is British Science Week, so we asked our curators, archivists and explainers for some of their favourite items in the collection—ones that are truly ideas that changed the world.
Lecturer and researcher Michelle Phillips writes about the curious ways that music affects our sense of time.
Professor of Acoustic Engineering Trevor Cox writes about the inventive ways we can transform sound, ahead of our Sound and Music Late event.
The Manchester Science Festival team is looking for individuals and organisations to partner with us and bring events to our 2017 Festival programme.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we invited space journalist Sarah Cruddas to interview Patiya Pasakon, a researcher with our Wonder Materials sponsors Haydale, about her life as a woman working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).