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.
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.
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.
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.
The UK’s annual flagship space conference, STFC RAL Space’s Appleton Space Conference, was held on Thursday 6th December at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL). The conference is a celebration of the UK’s latest advancements in space science and Earth observation.
Apprentices at Daresbury Laboratory were recently honoured at an event attended by STFC Chief Executive Mark Thomson.
They say that cooking a great Christmas dinner is an art form, but there is also a surprising amount of science that happens in the manufacture of the ingredients that go into your festive treats.
With Christmas on the horizon, many young people will be hoping to find Lego in their stocking on Christmas Day.
The first ESA Business Applications Ambassador for the North West and North Wales will bring space enabled opportunities and prosperity to commercial projects across the region.
Last updated: 01 November 2018