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Salford’s first solar farm completed in Little Hulton

Salford’s first solar farm completed in Little Hulton

Salford’s first two-megawatt solar farm has been connected to the national grid and is set to provide electricity to around […]

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“It’s always great to get the next generation involved” – What Salford community groups are doing to achieve COP26 aims

RHS and IGNITION invited community groups to help work towards a greener, more environmentally aware Salford. To mark COP26 in […]

“We’re typically Salford – we just on with and deliver results” – Salford to be centre stage at this year’s COP26 news conference

“We’re typically Salford – we just on with and deliver results” – Salford to be centre stage at this year’s COP26 news conference

A director at Salford University says its research contribution is among the best in the world, prior to it being debated at the COP26 climate conference.

“There are a variety of myths that have grown up over time” – Professor Mike Wood hosts ‘Mythbusting Chernobyl’ lecture in Salford

“There are a variety of myths that have grown up over time” – Professor Mike Wood hosts ‘Mythbusting Chernobyl’ lecture in Salford

The myths and misinformation surrounding the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster will be discussed at a free public lecture at the […]

The University of Salford's foetal alcohol syndrome research has found that the disorder is as common as autism. Photo credit: The University of Salford

Salford professor says ‘big gap’ in knowledge of foetal alcohol spectrum disorder following first ever UK-wide study

The university of Salford’s latest foetal alcohol syndrome research has found that despite the disorder being as common as autism, it’s severely underfunded.

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“I think its something that the university would love to keep going” – TEDxUniversityofSalford look to future following success of event

The team behind an online event hosted in Salford say they hope to stage more events in the future.

“It’s a once in a lifetime event” Salford society planning trip to observe rare conjunction of planets

“It’s a once in a lifetime event” Salford society planning trip to observe rare conjunction of planets

Salford astronomers have hailed a rare celestial event that will take place on December 21st, as Jupiter and Saturn come together at 0.06° degrees of each other, their closest alignment in 400 years.