The Science and Technology Facilities Council congratulates Professor Joanna Dunkley on being honoured in the New Year Honours List 2019.
UK engineers and scientists leading the project to build HARMONI, one of the first-light instruments for the Extremely Large Telescope, are celebrating after it successfully completed the Preliminary Design Review process.
STFC mourns the death of Dr Uschi Steigenberger OBE, former Director of our ISIS Neutron and Muon Source facility.
STFC Executive Chair, Professor Mark Thomson, has announced the appointment of Dr Neil Geddes as STFC Executive Director, National Laboratories Science and Technologies after a rigorous and competitive recruitment exercise.
The Alan Turing Institute and the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Hartree Centre to forge links between data science and artificial intelligence research and high-performance computing.
A team of UK scientists are investigating rice plants in a bid to find out whether people are inadvertently consuming dangerous levels of arsenic – a deadly poison and carcinogen – through rice, meat and dairy products.
Leading figures from UK and Chinese space research and industry are coming together this week at a conference in China to strengthen their growing relationship and look at new opportunities to work together benefiting both national space industries.
The Harwell Space Cluster in Oxfordshire is growing from strength to strength with 150 new jobs created in the last year and many more on the way in 2019.
CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was switched off this morning ahead of a planned two-year-long upgrade, bringing to a conclusion the very successful second run of the most powerful particle accelerator in the world.
Four new gravitational wave detections announced today include the most massive and distant source ever observed.
Last updated: 03 July 2019