The science and engineering industries are an important part of the UK economy, and have the potential to keep growing in the future.
Three craft-loving women ditched their sewing patterns and glue guns to take on an out-of-this-world job opportunity, and are now helping to make thermal blankets for satellites.
Every day, engineers drive technological advances that are visible in all areas of society – the opportunities in engineering are limitless.
‘The home of computer animation in Britain’ is just one of the many terms coined to describe the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) over its 60 year history.
Today, 30 November 2017, is a day of celebration organised by the Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY). The aim is to bring students, teachers and scientists together to learn about and discuss the phenomena of galactic cosmic rays.
Recent funding changes mean that apprenticeships are available in a wider array of disciplines than ever before.
Data-intensive science, and high-performance computing, is a transformative technology.
If you live in a low or middle income country, your chances of surviving cancer are significantly lower than if you live in a wealthier economy.
Satellite technology is improving every aspect of our lives and wellbeing, thanks to an ever-expanding range of applications.
The observation of colliding neutron stars heralds a powerful new approach to studying the universe.
Last updated: 18 February 2016