The ambitious Wonder initiative for public engagement is looking to widen the range of people and community groups that are engaged with STFC’s science and technology. On 18 September, STFC is holding a meeting to share ideas and experiences from projects involved with the early stages of the initiative.
INTERACT Symposium, co-organised by STFC, welcomed over two hundred guests to the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) last week for a day of public engagement learning and inspiration.
Alexander Andersson is working on the instrument for what will be the world’s largest optical telescope. Find out about his ground-breaking work at STFC’s UK Astronomy Technology Centre in Edinburgh…
Beth will use new cutting-edge instrument ERIS for her ground-breaking research on exoplanets.
Meet Lee! He started his career as a mechanical engineering apprentice, and now he’s the lead mechanical technician on the ERIS-NIX imager.
A new Vertical Test Facility (VTF) has been commissioned at Daresbury Laboratory – the result of extensive work by a multidisciplinary team over a number of years.
As part of a variety of events run by STFC to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
Presenter Chris Lintott will delve into the extrasolar Universe to teach us about exoplanets.
Research needs for more powerful neutron sources, accelerator physicists at STFC’s Particle Physics Department (PPD) are developing the technology.
Scientists working at STFC’s Central Laser Facility (CLF) have found that the cell walls of plants play a more important role in regulating plant proteins than previously thought and this new research has the potential to lead to more disease resistant crops.
Last updated: 01 November 2018