A new cohort of post-doctoral fellows have joined the teams across STFC departments thanks to the Rutherford International Fellowship Programme (RIFP).
In a reversal of the science fiction classic War of the Worlds, research shows humans may never be able to make a home on Mars.
Two UK astronomers may have found an answer to the 25-year-old mystery of how planets form in the aftermath of a supernova explosion.
STFC spin-out company Cobalt Light Systems has been acquired by analytical laboratory technologies firm Agilent Technologies.
A powerful computer system capable of revolutionising the UK's ability to plan for extreme events, such as flooding and power outages, is being designed as part of a government scheme to make the nation's infrastructure more resilient.
Five years on from discovering the Higgs boson, a team including many UK scientists have discovered a brand new heavy particle at the LHCb experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
An attosecond is to a second what a second is to 32 billion years. This is how fast the short pulses of light operated by a Free Electron Laser (FEL) particle accelerator could be operating at in the not too distant future, unlocking new windows of scientific exploration.
A senior laser scientist working at STFC's Central Laser Facility has been awarded a top accolade at the Institute of Physics 2017 awards.
The STFC Food Network+ (SFN) has launched this week, bringing together hundreds of researchers to bring new capabilities to bear on the challenges of providing a safe, sustainable, nutritious and affordable supply of food for all.
For generations, scientists have been studying the relationship between the Earth and the Sun, and now a group of artists and dancers have taken inspiration from this dynamic to produce a contemporary dance performance.