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Manchester physicists awarded Ernest Rutherford Fellowships
Dr Lucia Grillo and Dr David Sharp are two of ten recipients for 2020.
First Stephen Hawking Fellowships awarded to two Manchester scientists
Dr Danai Antonopoulou and Dr Stefan Schact were awarded the Stephen Hawking Fellowship
Telescope observations shed new light on black hole ejections
A black hole, ejecting material at close to the speed of light, has been observed using e-MERLIN.
Richard Jones is the new Chair in Materials Physics and Innovation Policy, joining Manchester from the University of Sheffield.
Caught in the act: MeerKAT telescope spies stellar flare
Scientists using the MeerKAT radio telescope have discovered a unique and previously-unseen flare of radio emission from a binary star in our galaxy.
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