In the latest issue of the prestigious Physical Review Letters journal, School nuclear physicists report on the measurement of a nuclear reaction that is key to the understanding of type I X-ray bursts.
Two documentaries that tell the stories of planet hunters are touring Scotland.
The School's Dr Judy Hardy has won a Higher Education Academy Doctoral Programme award.
Recently-appointed Research Fellow Derek Martin will be investigating the potential for microbial life on Mars.
British Astronomers have helped to gather the most direct evidence yet of a supermassive black hole shredding a star that wandered too close.
International team will investigate self assembly of bacterial cells.
Craters made by asteroid impacts may be the best place to look for signs of life on other planets, a study suggests.
LHC physics data-taking gets underway with new record collision energy of 8 TeV
'Reliable and dedicated teacher' receives EUSA's Simon Van Heyningen Award for Teaching in Science and Engineering.
Graphene-like mixed atomic-molecular state points towards the metallization of hydrogen
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