A space tech start-up company from the ESA BIC UK has joined The Ocean Cleanup in its mission to rid the world’s oceans of plastics and litter.
A travel cot designed using space technology has struck gold with dads.
Members of the public are invited to take a peek behind the scenes at some of our facilities as we celebrate computing at Daresbury Laboratory and Rutherford Appleton Laboratory later this month.
A British photographer has wowed even himself by winning a global photo competition.
In May, STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory signed a major agreement with British company Advanced Oncotherapy, to build a mass assembly and testing centre for the world’s next generation of proton therapy to treat cancer.
There’s still a long way to go in answering some of the Universe’s most thought-provoking questions: gravity makes stones roll down a hill and not up, but what actually is gravity? Are there extra dimensions of space? What is dark energy? Why do we even exist?
Future particle accelerators could be based on super-magnets designed at STFC.
Space tech start-up Open Cosmos has graduated from the ESA Business Incubation Centre United Kingdom (ESA BIC UK), having celebrated a series of significant business milestones during its incubation period.
The autonomous vehicle industry is innovating fast, with UK production of autonomous cars expected to grow significantly by 2030.
SCARF, the high performance computing cluster for STFC facilities and users, has published an annual report for 2016-2017.
Last updated: 01 November 2018