MURFI is a Mars rover field trial mission that's building UK expertise and supporting further planetary exploration. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what's happening in Utah, and Harwell, during this exciting mission.
Three UK start-ups are using satellite technology at the European Space Agency's Business Incubation Centre in Harwell (ESA BIC Harwell) to help us cycle smarter and more safely.
A medical revolution could be waiting at the tip of a laser, as scientists in India and the United Kingdom work together on new technologies that may help diagnose and fight cancer faster.
Imagine a mini ‘black box’ that you can plug into your car, that will drop you an email to help improve your driving and save you money on fuel costs.
Strong international relationships between researchers, institutions and industrial partners are vital to solving 21st Century global challenges. Collaboration pushes the boundaries of scientific knowledge, fuels innovation, and opens doors to new markets. Space is no exception, as the decade long UK-China space workshop exemplifies.
Since opening in 1967, Daresbury Laboratory has enjoyed a reputation for world-leading scientific excellence in fields as diverse as accelerator science, bio-medicine, physics, chemistry, materials, engineering and computational science.
A newly published book celebrates the success story of The United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT), an astronomical instrument that pushed back the frontiers of astronomy from atop the dormant volcano Mauna Kea, on the Big Island of Hawaii.
This feature highlights some of the amazing UK companies using European Space Agency (ESA) technology to improve lives on Earth in areas such as regenerative healthcare, protecting agriculture, interactive travel experiences, bedbug detection and much more…
Ever wanted to know how it feels to walk alongside the Large Hadron Collider, fire one of the most powerful lasers in the world, or peer into the night sky from the Atacama Desert? Find out this summer and beyond as STFC takes its amazing interactive exhibitions on the road.
Professor Pavel Matousek has an intriguing story to tell. Back in 2004 he and his collaborators at STFC’s Central Laser Facility stumbled across a technique for analysing the chemical make-up of materials. Four years later Pavel co-founded a company called Cobalt Light Systems to exploit applications of the technique, known as Spatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy (SORS), for noble purposes.