Did you know that lasers are being used in cancer research and helping to find a possible cure?
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!
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.
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.
On 16 July 1969, the 363-feet tall Saturn V rocket launched on the Apollo 11 mission from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.
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.
A project led by STFC’s Central Laser Facility (CLF) is exploring the possibility of tapping the power of the Sun by creating a ‘star in a lab’.
Last updated: 01 November 2018