Large Hadron Collider reboot – the hunt for a fifth force of nature

1 month ago — Quick Read

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) restarted today after a three year program of upgrades. The new run of high energy experiments are set to scrutinise findings from the last few...

British Science Festival Open Call – Award Lectureships

7 months ago — Quick Read

The British Science Festival - Europe’s longest standing science Festival - travels across the UK each year to celebrate the people, stories and ideas at the heart of science.

Material Engineering – new stronger concrete which produces less carbon dioxide developed

2 years ago — Long Read

Pre-Stressed Concrete promises Eco-Friendly Lightweight Construction in future When thinking of the on-going climate crisis you probably don't immediately think about concrete? However concrete has a huge carbon footprint globally....

Solar scientist Lucie Green launches kids Summer of STEM challenge

2 years ago — Long Read

Space scientist and broadcaster, Professor Lucie Green has teamed up with Born to Engineer favourite STEM Learning to launch a range of science, technology, engineering and maths challenges to keep...

The Large Hadron Collider is back online, but tantalising hints of a new particle prove unfounded.

6 years ago — Long Read

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest science experiment. Since it came online eight years ago it has changed our understanding of particle physics.

Researchers develop new technique for producing liquid hydrocarbon fuel from raw sawdust

6 years ago — Quick Read

Researchers from the University of Manchester and the East China University of Science and Technology have developed a method of producing fuel by boiling raw sawdust without having to pre-treat...