The Euclid satellite will observe 1.5 billion galaxies in an effort to track the effects of dark energy, dark matter and gravity on the expansion and growth of cosmic structures in the Universe over the last 10 billion years.
A paper co-authored by the School's Gerard Giraud and Jason Crain has been chosen as a Research Highlight by The American Institute of Physics journal 'Biomicrofluidics'.
The SOUND exhibition has toured the world and is currently installed in Glasgow.
Prospective postgraduate students are warmly invited to visit the School of Physics & Astronomy during the next Open Day on Friday 18th November.
Four academics in the School of Physics & Astronomy are among the first members of the Royal Society of Edinburgh's new Young Academy of Scotland.
David McDwyer wins top Off-Campus Student Employee prize and Eimear O'Carroll is runner-up International Student Employee.
Computer chips developed for gaming have the potential to create more realistic synthesised music.
The Software Sustainability Institute is on the lookout for researchers who use software in their work and who have a good understanding of current developments in their discipline.
Staff from School's Institute for Condensed Matter & Complex Systems publish joint research in Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Dr Duncan Forgan of the Institute for Astronomy has been recognised with an award from the prestigious Royal Astronomical Society.
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