STFC’s Edinburgh-based Public Engagement team have been busy during the summer, working with local families as part of a city-wide initiative.
Collaboration is a touchstone of modern scientific research. STFC uses open data projects that allow researchers to work together to increase the circulation and exploitation of knowledge.
Colleagues in the Mechanical, Metrology and Technical Engineering Group (MMTE) at Daresbury Laboratory are usually 'hands on’ designing, testing and building for many large national and international projects which come through Daresbury Laboratory.
Researchers working at STFC’s Central Laser Facility (CLF) investigating catalyst materials used in the production of gasoline from simple hydrocarbons, such as methanol, have made a new and unexpected discovery that could help to reduce the cost, and environmental impact, of the process.
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) has published three papers about ground-breaking instrument, MOONS.
…cool tech that helps us to see more clearly through 3D biological tissue samples and into the Universe.
Congratulations to Professor Susan Smith, Head of STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory, who has been recognised with the 2020 Group Prize for Outstanding Professional Contributions. This annual prize recognises outstanding individuals who have contributed to the field of accelerator science and technology in the UK or Ireland and raised its public profile.
What links the UK’s deepest working mine with remote schools in the Scottish highlands? The answer: Remote3, a school robotics project funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).
PLANET DIVOC-91, an exciting new webcomic released this week, wants to bring COVID-19 issues to the fore in a unique way for young people.
New research from the UK shows that antibodies derived from llamas are able to neutralise the SARS-CoV-2 virus in lab tests.
Last updated: 01 November 2018