Research carried out at the UK’s neutron and muon beam research facility could help to make the process of making plastic more environmentally friendly.
STFC RAL Space is contributing to a unique project that will advance the provision of cleaner and cost-effective geothermal energy across Europe and the World with reduced emissions of carbon and sulphur.
Summer may be long gone, but an eminent solar physicist will be bringing the sun to Swindon later this month in a free public lecture.
One of the UK’s leading space science facilities is launching a children’s art competition as part of World Space Week.
STFC is helping to fund a project which is giving astronauts the chance to use a new handheld scanner to monitor their muscle wastage during space missions, and lessons learnt from this could offer new healthcare solutions back on Earth.
Researchers at STFC’s Central Laser Facility have congratulated the three winners of this year’s Nobel Prize for Physics: Arthur Ashkin, Donna Strickland and Gérard Mourou.
British photographer Simon Wright has won the 2018 Global Physics Photowalk competition with a stunning image from the STFC Boulby Underground Laboratory deep under North Yorkshire.
The early demonstration of new quantum space technologies, through the latest collaboration between the UK and Singapore governments, could lead to more secure online activity for consumers in everything from financial transactions to online conversations.
A new system is being rolled out today (27 September 2018) as a first step towards supporting the continuity of funding for UK organisations which have been awarded grants from the European Union’s flagship programme for science and innovation, Horizon 2020.
UK astronomers have welcomed Ireland as a fellow member of the world's most productive astronomical observatory – the European Southern Observatory (ESO).
Last updated: 03 July 2019