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Astronomical historian gives his 50th lecture to the Salford Astronomical Society

A renowned science historian from Swinton has given his 50th Christmas lecture to the Salford Astronomical Society in Monton last […]

University conducts news research on posture problems from the use of electronic devices

University conducts news research on posture problems from the use of electronic devices

New research being conducted at the University of Salford on how young people who spend time sitting at computers can […]

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Salford’s The Lowry hosts talks on cheaper offshore energy

Industrial stakeholders and professors of engineering, robotics and energy have gathered at the Lowry to discuss how the future of offshore renewable energy might look like.

Salford charity tackles obstacle course for cancer research

Salford charity tackles obstacle course for cancer research

On the 6th October, Salford Charity Kidscan hosted ‘Kapow!’ a giant inflatable 5k obstacle course at Heaton Park in order […]

Bats, newts, voles, swans and kingfisher can all be sighted at Salford’s Peel Park, experts say

Bats, newts, voles, swans and kingfisher can all be sighted at Salford’s Peel Park, experts say

What are the best things to see at Peel Park? Salford’s Wildlife Society and Peel Park rangers identify the highlights worth seeing.

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Manchester Argus butterfly is returning to Salford’s mosslands after 150 years

An innovative project to restore native creatures to mosslands around Salford, Wigan and Warrington has begun.

Alex Ganotis, GMCA lead member for the Green City Region portfolio

Interview: Alex Ganotis, the man behind GMCA’s five-year environment plan

Alex Ganotis, the man behind the man behind the five-year environment plan says everyone can take simple steps to make a difference to climate change. 

Eccles CoderDojo helps children get involved with technology

Eccles CoderDojo helps children get involved with technology

The Eccles CoderDojo is a volunteer-led organisation that enables a range of young children to engage in coding activities.

Bridgewater Canal brings science to life for British Science Week

Bridgewater Canal brings science to life for British Science Week

Bridgewater Canal and ScienceX are celebrating the ten-day event of science, technology, engineering and maths with imaginative experiences for children and families.

University of Salford researchers say rogue cells may be starting point of all cancers

University of Salford researchers say rogue cells may be starting point of all cancers

New research at University of Salford suggests all cancers may be triggered by a rare rogue stem cell that has […]