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.
Leading space scientists from the UK and China have today signed a partnership agreement which looks to enrich each nation's space education and space culture activities.
The global science community is celebrating the official inauguration of the world's largest X-ray laser at the international research facility, the European XFEL.
On 23 August 2017, the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and Diamond Light Source hosted an Apprenticeship Day at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
The new field of gravitational wave astronomy, which started with the first gravitational wave detection two years ago, is already offering possible explanations of how black holes form.
The most advanced space weather radar in the world is to be built in the Arctic by an international partnership including the UK, thanks to new investment from NERC, with scientific collaboration from STFC.