Latest news in the School of Physics and Astronomy.
29 November 2017
Professor Charles Cockell has been awarded the 2017 Chancellor’s Award for Teaching
22 November 2017
Tackling questions from the public at the interactive exhibition: UnEarthed
20 November 2017
Research suggests that life on our planet might have originated from biological particles brought to Earth in streams of space dust
15 November 2017
Students, staff, industry and supporters met to celebrate project achievements and award the presentation for the best summer student poster
13 November 2017
Fun activities highlighting the role that physics plays in our lives at the Festival of Physics
01 November 2017
Congratulations to students who received Medals, Certificates, Prizes and Scholarships at the School of Physics & Astronomy undergraduate awards ceremony
30 October 2017
Postgraduate students are to benefit from a £10 million UK initiative to support data science research
24 October 2017
Discover more about our degrees, including our new MSc in Particle & Nuclear Physics
16 October 2017
The first binary neutron star collision to be observed by LIGO and the first gravitational wave event to be observed by conventional telescopes
11 October 2017
New discovery relating to chromosome looping via molecular slip links
09 October 2017
Eutrophication and warming of lakes and seas may push ecosystems beyond a critical tipping point, causing rapid transitions from oxic to anoxic conditions that are not easily reversed.
02 October 2017
Film re-creating astronomy experiments screened at Edinburgh Filmhouse 7 October
28 September 2017
The School of Physics and Astronomy opened its doors to visitors and showcased the research undertaken at the Institute for Condensed Matter and Complex Systems.
28 September 2017
Visitors learn about particles, music and art!
25 September 2017
Flagship international experiment to study the properties of fundamental sub-atomic particles