News

Recreating a step in the evolution of viruses

Published
Friday 11th June, 2021
Categories
Science
Health

An international team of researchers has shed new light on the way viruses evolved highly effective ways of spreading disease.

A graphical representation of how a capsid may have changed through its evolutionary history

Final year degree shows go live - in person and online

Published
Thursday 10th June, 2021
Categories
Arts & Culture

Students in Fine Art and Design have once again risen to the challenge of creating final year degree shows amid the challenges presented by the pandemic.

A figures on the edge of a cliff falling forward

Helping flood-hit companies build for the future

Published
Wednesday 9th June, 2021
Categories
Environment
Business & Economy

Companies affected by floods are working with a ground-breaking project aimed at protecting their future business interests.

Road closed sign sitting in the middle of a flooded road.

T-rays could 'revolutionise cancer treatment'

Published
Saturday 5th June, 2021
Categories
Health
Be Curious

Researchers are investigating whether a kinder form of radiation known as T-rays could be used to image and treat patients with skin or bowel cancer.

A healthcare professional prepares a colonoscopy instrument before examining a patient.

Traditional markets key to COVID-19 recovery plan

Published
Friday 4th June, 2021
Categories
Business & Economy
Society & Politics

Traditional town and city centre markets could play a key role in the nation’s economic and social recovery from the Coronavirus pandemic, according to new research.

A customer buying fruit from a stall in Bury Market