2014 Alan Turing Cryptography Competition

Registration is now open for the 2014 Alan Turing Cryptography Competition which starts on Monday, 27 January 2014.

British man sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan

A Pakistani court has passed the death sentence on a British national with mental health problems

First IEAP students pass out

Twenty five students successfully completed their Intensive English for Academic Preparation Program (IEAP) on 24 Jan 2014, to start University course work from coming Spring semester.

India Hopes for Financial Revival

India is hoping for a financial revival after economic growth slipped to decade-low levels in the last two years.  But there are few signs of a return of the robust growth that catapulted India into t

Simple protein test may improve prediction of cancer patients' survival rates

Scientists from The University of Manchester – part of the Manchester Cancer Research Centre - used a simple protein test that could prove more useful in predicting survival chances for patients with

Cause identified for children and adults with joint, skeletal and skin problems

Scientists from The University of Manchester and Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have identified the cause of a rare condition called Leri's pleonosteosis (LP).

Thai Court Rules Snap Election Can Be Delayed

Thailand's Constitutional Court says the Election Commission has the power to postpone the election scheduled for February 2 and has called for talks between the commission and Prime Minister Yingluck

Bio Sciences Dept holds workshop on Biosafety

The Department of Biological Sciences in collaboration with the National Academy of Young Scientists (NAYS), Pakistan and the American