The UK has built an essential piece of the globally-anticipated DUNE experiment, which will study the differences between neutrinos and anti-neutrinos in a bid to understand how the Universe came to be made up of matter.
A number of STFC-supported researchers have been honoured by the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) in its annual awards for astronomy and geophysics – including Professor James Hough from the University of Glasgow, who has been awarded the RAS's highest accolade in recognition of his eminent role in gravitational wave science.
Professor Wayne Holland, Project Scientist at STFC's UK Astronomy Technology Centre in Edinburgh, has been awarded the Royal Astronomical Society's 2018 Jackson-Gwilt Medal. The award recognises outstanding invention, improvement, or development of astronomical instrumentation or techniques.
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Applications/Nominations are now open for members of STFC's new Council under what will be UKRI.