The new year begins with a computational chemistry PhD student from University of Oxford, William Glass, talking about how he uses computers to simulate how proteins behave and interact with each other.
Drug-induced liver injury is one of the leading causes of failure for drugs in development, and is the number one cause of new drugs being withdrawn from the market.
When the Foot and Mouth Disease Virus (FMDV) struck the UK’s cattle farms in 2001 it resulted in six million animals being put to death and cost the economy £8 billion.
12 months of meticulous planning and international collaboration have resulted in an outstanding result for the first experiments using the ISOLDE Solenoid Spectrometer (ISS) at CERN’s nuclear physics facility.
Start-up business Imagin3D has developed the first ever immersive VR experience of an STFC facility using gaming technology to “promote-inform and educate” its visitors.
In the latter stages of the Bronze Age, people in Europe started to do something rather strange: they gathered together vast quantities of valuable objects and buried them in the ground – seemingly with no intention of ever coming back for them.
Christmas has come early to the Artemis Laser Facility at the Central Laser Facility, which is moving to a shiny new location at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
In the waterways of China and South-East Asia there lurks a killer against which there is no defence. It targets the young and can decimate entire generations.
Scientists using Diamond Light Source have been investigating a form of ice, called a clathrate, to see what it can tell us about the history of water on Mars and how it may have helped to sculpt the Martian surface.
A team of apprentices have joined together for a fun and festive project, which allowed them to practise their problem-solving skills while spreading some Christmas cheer.
Last updated: 01 November 2018