Scientists have used STFC’s ISIS Neutron and Muon Source to test new non-destructive ways to prevent environmental damage to historical paintings.
A UK start-up company is developing ground-based laser technology that can pinpoint, down to the centimetre, the exact distance between Earth and a satellite in low earth orbit.
First global weather and climate simulations have run on the Met Office’s revolutionary new atmosphere model, marking the 10-year anniversary of the ground breaking ‘GungHo’ project between the Met Office, NERC and STFC.
A successful project to bring space science to communities in Leicester has been celebrating the young people who ensured that the pandemic didn’t quell the enthusiasm for learning about the Universe.
Scientists of today use data processing software to make discoveries, but it takes the right software to crunch the masses of data and present it to be analysed.
A UK-first experiment at the CLARA facility, at STFC's Daresbury Laboratory, is part of a groundbreaking research project studying the potential for an alternative form of radiotherapy for treating cancer.
Scientists from Evonik Industries and the University of Reading have used STFC's ISIS Neutron and Muon Source to study the difference between two forms of a new feed supplement for shellfish that is more sustainable and nutritious.
STFC and the University of Huddersfield have successfully delivered the final assignment of radio frequency distribution system waveguide runs to the European Spallation Source (ESS) project in Lund, Sweden.
Huli is the newest start-up at the Higgs Centre for Innovation, at Royal Observatory Edinburgh (ROE). They join the European Space Agency Business Incubation Centre United Kingdom (ESA BIC UK) programme with an ambition to get more people cycling – through their innovative new app, Huli.
The CRYRING Array for Reaction Measurements (CARME) vacuum chamber has left STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory for its new home in Germany.
Last updated: 01 November 2018