A UK team of scientists and engineers has developed a new machine called ChipIR, at STFC's ISIS neutron and muon source that is helping companies who are developing new technologies to work out whether their systems could be adversely affected by cosmic rays.
A year on from the announcement of one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs in a century, and gravitational waves is on the agenda at the world’s largest science gathering, the AAAS.
Construction will begin on a next-generation dark matter detector with the UK taking a leading role and providing vital hardware for the project.
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