Latest news in the School of Physics and Astronomy.
Astronomer Royal for Scotland opens Aberdeen Science Centre
11 October 2021
Professor Catherine Heymans unveils plaque to mark opening.
Postgraduate Virtual Open Days, 9-11 November
07 October 2021
Attend Postgraduate Virtual Open Days to find out about our MSc programmes.
Congratulations to Dr Maxwell T. Hansen
04 October 2021
Award recognition for contributions to lattice field theory.
Research and collaboration boosted by Royal Society of Edinburgh funding
30 September 2021
Congratulations to colleagues who have received fellowships and awards in this latest round.
Award recognition for Prof Marialuisa Aliotta
13 September 2021
Prof Aliotta receives the Giuseppe Occhialini Medal and Prize in recognition of her work in nuclear astrophysics.
UK Research and Innovation Future Leaders Fellowship success
08 September 2021
Congratulations to Dr Dominique Laniel who has been awarded a Future Leaders Fellowship, and will be joining the School and University’s Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions.
Astronomy survey to revolutionise capability of understanding changing celestial phenomena
12 August 2021
UK project processing massive data stream from the Vera C. Rubin Observatory will take inventory of the Universe.
Royal Society Fellowship success
04 August 2021
Congratulations to astronomer Dr Cyrielle Opitom who has been awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship.
Xenon Researchers build next-generation Dark Matter Detector
22 July 2021
Xenon Researchers build next-generation Dark Matter Detector.
Higgs Centre grows in strength following recent appointments
14 July 2021
Research and teaching in theoretical physics to be enhanced as centre expands.
Developing a model to test hand hygiene ingredients
07 July 2021
Funding was successfully secured for collaboration with external partners to develop a biofilm model for testing active ingredients for hand hygiene.
Resolving the mystery of galaxy's colours
06 July 2021
Astronomers have shed light on the mystery of why some galaxies look blue while others appear red.
Studies into the composition of first interstellar comet shed light on its formation
29 June 2021
The first interstellar comet looks very much like Solar System comets.
Explore the Edinburgh Science Festival activities
28 June 2021
Puzzles, tours and a play about psychology and quantum physics: some of the School’s events this year.
Ernest Rutherford Fellowship success for Dr Cheryl Patrick
28 June 2021
Research boost for the School’s Institute for Particle & Nuclear Physics.