Some 37,000 citizen scientists in more than 170 countries (including school students from the UK) have proved that people-powered research can beat computer algorithms, and win an award!
Did you know that lasers are being used in cancer research and helping to find a possible cure?
Angus has just finished his 4th year of an Integrated Masters in Astrophysics at the University of Edinburgh.
For the first time, astronomers will be able to ‘see through’ cosmic dust and study in ‘never-been-seen-before’ detail the innermost regions of our Milky Way.
Find out about their ground-breaking work to find targets for the world’s largest telescope in space
STFC’s Hartree Centre is an exciting world of supercomputing-powered projects that can have a significant positive impact on our lives, the economy and the world we live in.
Glow New Media, a Liverpool-based digital specialist company, has announced that it has won a coveted place on a government procurement framework, that will enable it to contract more with NHS partners.
On 16 July 1969, the 363-feet tall Saturn V rocket launched on the Apollo 11 mission from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.
The Apollo 11 mission to the Moon was a global, collective experience. It’s estimated that around a fifth of the world’s population watched Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon on TV on July 20, 1969.
A team of scientists working at ISIS Neutron and Muon Source (ISIS) are helping to make science fiction a reality by studying how a humble pigment present in humans and most living things, melanin, could be the key to implanting and integrating electronic devices into the human body.
Last updated: 01 November 2018