An extraordinary gamma-ray burst (GRB) dubbed the BOAT – brightest of all time – by astronomers was 70 times brighter than any yet seen.
If the nuclear sector can sort out its waste disposal issue, it can credibly claim to be environmentally sustainable.
The University of Birmingham has improved its position amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world.
New research into how quantum sensing technology can benefit environmental sciences has been launched at the University of Birmingham.
The QT Hub Sensors and Timing's International Clock and Oscillator Networking (ICON) project, launched in 2021 with £1.5m funding, has reached a key milestone.
Scientists have devised a way of fabricating a complex structure, previously found only in nature, to open up new ways for manipulating and controlling light.
Reports of asteroids passing nearby are becoming increasingly common. Dr Gareth Dorrian comments on the likelihood of one hitting the Earth.
Scientists have discovered a new ring system around a dwarf planet on the edge of the solar system.
An international summer school to train promising early career researchers in quantum technologies has been announced by the UK’s Quantum Technology (QT) Hubs.
Dr Gavin Harper, Faraday Institution Research Fellow, discusses the implications of the discovery and why we should also focus on recycling.