Tori Blakeman, an Impact and Engagement Officer at STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory, works to communicate stories about STFC’s innovation activity. She took part in the recent I’m a Scientist online competition, sponsored by STFC, which helps school children identify with people who work in science.
Meet Viv. She has been a valued member of the UK Astronomy Technology Centre team, at Royal Observatory, Edinburgh for almost 30 years.
RAL Space atmospheric physicist, Dr David Hooper, delivered the latest Talking Science lecture at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) on the fascinating topic of cumulus clouds.
On Thursday 21 March the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source - a world leading centre of research in the physical and life sciences, hosted an Accelerator Day for 60 A-level students from local schools
A team of accelerator science and technology experts at STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory are to play a major role in the development of PIP-II – a giant proton beam particle accelerator being created at America’s Fermilab.
The Harwell science and innovation campus is a far cry from a busy newsroom in Africa. For the past week, the campus has hosted 16 reporters from across Africa for a Science Journalism Workshop designed to strengthen developing nations’ capacity in science reporting at a national level.
Over 200 sixth form students recently attended Cockcroft Institute’s annual Accelerator and Particle Physics Master Class at STFC Daresbury Laboratory.
A team of researchers from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences, backed by the UK government Newton Fund, have been using ISIS Neutron and Muon Source to develop a method of converting palm oil biomass waste into green biofuels – hopefully reducing Indonesia’s reliance on fossil fuels.
A group of materials scientists from Imperial College London have become the first to use the Zoom beamline – the newest matter-probing instrument to open at ISIS Neutron and Muon Source.
Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is hosting the hugely popular Interact symposium along with its partner organisations to help you share your enthusiasm for science. Registration for Interact 2019 is now open.
Last updated: 01 November 2018