A new instrument to help astronomers understand how stars are born is bound for the Large Millimetre Telescope (LMT) in Mexico.
More than 60 engineering students from across the UK competed in the final stage of the third Olympus Rover Competition at STFC’s RAL Space in Oxfordshire on Sunday 28th July.
Renowned nuclear physicists from across the globe will be meeting in the UK this week to showcase the latest research in the field.
Astronauts will soon be testing the first-ever space mining devices, a ground-breaking new technique that could help us understand more than ever before about minerals and metals in space.
Jodrell Bank in the UK has today officially become the home of the new international organisation behind what will soon be the World’s biggest ever radio telescope – the Square Kilometre Array (SKA).
Supercomputer simulations of galaxies have shown that Einstein’s theory of General Relativity might not be the only way to explain how gravity works or how galaxies form.
A group of UK students have discovered a rare evolved star, with support and funding from STFC, as part of a project to identify targets for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.
Scientists are working with young people in Oxford to design and build colourful creations that celebrate the best of UK science for this year’s Cowley Road Carnival, thanks to funding from STFC.
Neutrons have revealed unique details of funeral, burial and cooking practices of past civilisations, thanks to a study of ancient skeletal remains carried out at the UK’s ISIS Neutron and Muon Source (ISIS) research facility.
The ‘eye’ of one of the world’s most advanced telescopes is soon to become even more powerful, thanks to the work of an international team led by scientists and engineers in Scotland
Last updated: 03 July 2019