Researchers at the Institute for Astronomy have combined real world physics with a computer game to demonstrate the application of the scientific method.
Latest results from CERN further reinforce that the particle discovered last year is a Higgs boson.
VLT survey charts positions of 55,000 galaxies.
Learn all about the MSc in HPC at our virtual Open Days in March, April and May.
Max Nolte, an MPhys Computational Physics student, is spending his Fourth Year of studies at the University of Washington.
New prize offers outstanding school physicists the chance to win a trip to CERN.
The Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics brought together over a hundred physicists to discuss fundamental questions in particle physics.
Two members of the School of Physics & Astronomy have been recognised in the 2013 New Year’s Honours List.
Karoline Selbach, a PhD student in the School's Particle Physics Experiment group, talks about researching the Higgs boson at CERN and explaining the mystery of music.
The University is hosting a particle physics symposium in New Delhi, India to discuss the recent developments at the LHC, in particular the recent detection of a Higgs Boson candidate.
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