UK companies have beaten off competition from 500 European businesses to win the top prize and four other awards in Europe’s largest space technology innovation competitions.
The 2019 International Nuclear Physics Conference (INPC) will be held in Glasgow.
Businesses have been battling it out in front of HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York today for a prestigious spot in front of global leaders at St James's Palace next month.
Researchers are capturing previously elusive details about cultural artefacts, such as fragile ancient Italian violins and 3,500 years old Egyptian grave-goods thanks to a new scientific instrument designed and built in the UK.
More than a decade after its launch, the historic ESA Rosetta Mission has come to an end today with a controlled descent to the surface of Comet 67P.
Nearly 4000 people explored exciting science and engineering at one of the UK’s iconic sights, the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh.
A team from STFC are in China this week collaborating with Chinese research colleagues on a series of announcements, events and launches that demonstrate the growing strength of the research and innovation relationship between the research council and China.
Scientists are using powerful supercomputers to visualise how blood flows through implanted blood pumps, which prolong the lives of heart patients waiting for a donor.
A satellite which observes the Sun’s activity in high resolution has marked ten years of success since its launch. STFC funds the UK researchers that exploit the scientific data yielded by the mission.
Harwell Campus has hosted an 'Accelerating Healthcare Innovation' event that was the official launch of its healthcare research and innovation cluster.