The Prime Minister Theresa May and her Cabinet colleagues visited Sci-Tech Daresbury today (January 23) to see our world-leading science and innovation and support for UK industry.
The high performance computing needs of UK industry and academia are set to receive a tremendous boost thanks to a major collaboration between STFC's Hartree Centre and leading digital services company Atos UK&I.
Fifty years of world-leading research is celebrated as one of the UK's major international research facilities marks a major milestone.
A number of STFC supported researchers have been honoured by the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) in its annual awards.
Monster black holes sometimes play a cosmic game of hide and seek, shrouding themselves from view behind giant clouds of gas and dust, according to new research.
An external review of neutron science and facilities will help update the UK's long term strategy and maintain our global strength in this field.
STFC congratulates Sue Carter on being awarded the Medal of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year Honours List 2017 for her services to Science and Technology.
A UK designed and built laser delivered by STFC under a £10 million contract to the Czech Republic has become the most powerful laser of its kind in the World.
The University of Strathclyde has become a full member of the Cockcroft Institute, the UK's international centre for Accelerator Science and Technology at Sci-Tech Daresbury in Cheshire.
Spanish astronomer Xavier Barcons will lead the European Southern Observatory (ESO) from September 2017.