Blog Posts - Manchester University



The Manchester Museum

The Manchester Museum is on Oxford Road in the university area of Manchester.The Manchester Museum is housed in an historic red brick building, designed by Alfred Waterhouse (1830-1905) in 1890. Waterhouse was also the architect of Manchester's Town...
by Devon Visitor on Jun 19, 2016

Church of the Holy Name of Jesus Manchester

The Church of the Holy Name of Jesus is a Grade I listed building on Oxford Road in the university district of Manchester.The church, the largest in Manchester, was built between 1869 and 1871 by architect Joseph Aloysius Hansom (1803-1822), with the...
by Devon Visitor on Apr 3, 2016

New Monthly Feature: #Problemshared with TV Psychologist Emma Kenny

I’m super excited to share a brand new feature with you all as I join forces with the formidable TV Psychologist Emma Kenny in a bid to help offer guidance, support and solutions to your problems, right here on my blog Honest Mum. As a mum of t...
by Honest Mum on Dec 1, 2015

Ancient Water = Ancient Habitat?

Pools of water in a Canadian mine are 1+ billion years old! Study uncorks possibility that ancient water supports ancient life Water gushing from a deep mine in Ontario has been isolated from the surface for more than a billion years, … Co...
by The Immortal's Legend on May 23, 2013

La revolución del grafeno ya está aquí – ABC.es

Ciencia Los teléfonos móviles y otros dispositivos serán flexibles y se plegarán y desplegarán según nuestras necesidades gracias al nuevo material. JOSÉ MANUEL NIEVES / MADRID Es uno de los... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by ArquitecturaS on Oct 16, 2012

Potato juice` could help cure stomach ulcers

London: Potatoes contain unique antibacterial molecules that can treat stomach ulcers, according to scientists at Manchester University. Members of the university’s microbiology team now hope the substance, dubbed ‘potato juice’ could go into p...

All art history is contemporary

Recently, the department of art history - for which I work- has set up a blog for staff members to communicate their projects and ponderings on art and cultural things to students on the course and for anyone else who is interested. I don't usually...
by Marking the anti-thesis on Apr 8, 2012


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