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Sir Bernard Lovell on how his Jodrell Bank telescope was used to spy behind the Iron Curtain.
From the world's first computer to Jodrell Bank: discover the fascinating world of science and technology in Manchester
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All about the Cheshire observatory and its iconic Lovell telescope: the most recognisable symbol of British science
Marking the 60th anniversary of 'Baby' the world's first computer made in Manchester
A University of Manchester photo competition finds the beauty in nerve cells, nanotubes and hot rigs
How a chance alligator encounter was the inspiration for a new healing drug for people with scars
The University of Manchester have 'clinical proof' that a high street face cream reduces wrinkles.
Find out how you could take part in a unique weather experiment to take Manchester's temperature
Charles Darwin: 200 years on