Our Astronomy Technology Centre in Edinburgh is now operating as usual following yesterday's (Sept 27) power outage.
First joint detection of gravitational waves with both the LIGO and Virgo detectors.
UK research may help to explain why the Earth is formed differently to other planets in our solar system.
Our Astronomy Technology Centre in Edinburgh is currently experiencing a power outage. Engineers are working on the issue, however, the site remains closed and communications are impacted.
STFC has taken part in two Science and Innovation Audits (SIA) published for the regions of Liverpool City and Oxfordshire. The reports confirm the significant role of regional innovation in strengthening the future national economy.
The UK is investing £65million in a flagship global science project based in the United States that could change our understanding of the universe, securing the UK's position as the international research partner of choice.
Scientists across the UK are today saying a fond farewell to the landmark Cassini Space Mission, which was launched almost 20 years ago.
The next meeting of the Projects Peer Review Panel (PPRP) will take place in Polaris House on the 19th October 2017.
Technology originally developed to witness black holes colliding is now being used to grow human bone in a laboratory, which could revolutionise the treatment of bone injuries.
A new UK centre of excellence in computational science, which will support a wide range of scientific research topics including the biological and medical sciences as well as the physical sciences and engineering, is being launched today.