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).
STFC and Teledyne e2v, a leading supplier of technologies and components for industry, have formed a strategic relationship that will advance the world’s next generation of particle accelerator technologies and bring exciting new opportunities for UK industry.
The Institute for Research in Schools (IRIS) are partnering with astronomers from the STFC UK Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC) with the aim of identifying potential targets for the James Webb Space Telescope, which will be launched by NASA in 2021.
The signal recorded for the first time ever as a cosmic particle travelled nearly 4 meters through liquid argon, inside the newest detector to become operational at CERN, could help explain more about how the universe works and why matter exists at all.
The fifth Strategy Report and Roadmap 2018 of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures has been launched, with substantial contributions from key UK research organisations, reinforcing the importance of the UK as a major global centre of research and innovation.
STFC Executive Chair, Professor Mark Thomson, today announced the appointment of Dr Kate Ronayne as STFC Executive Director, Business and Innovation after a rigorous and competitive recruitment exercise. Dr Ronayne brings long experience of working within STFC over many years, starting within the Central Laser Facility and for the last 10 years in key innovation and business development roles.
Experts from UK Research and Innovation have contributed to a search tool newly launched by Google that aims to help scientists, policy makers and other user groups more easily find the data required for their work and their stories, or simply to satisfy their intellectual curiosity.
Last updated: 06 October 2017