Manchester’s recent University Challenge successes can be credited to one man
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Colleagues including Lorraine Kelly have paid tribute to former TV-am presenter Mike Morris, who has died.
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Tributes to designer of legendary British telescope and 'inventor' of modern astronomy
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Francis Beckett reports on the case of the academics who used to work in the rooms that Rutherford used
Susan Zinkin divorced her husband in 1962, but only now is she able to marry again
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It is amazing but true that one quarter of students and parents have not heard of the bursaries that each university has to provide to students in need. So, three years after the controversial top-up fees were introduced, along with a complicated paraphernalia of loans and scholarships, thousands of students don't have the information they need to choose the institution that is best for them.