Astronomers find a super-Earth at Barnard's star
15 November 2018
Astronomers from the School of Physics and Astronomy are members of an international team that has found a planet in orbit around the second-closest star to the Sun, known as Barnard's star.
Researchers suggest that making measurements audible can advance discovery and contribute to the production of art
QMUL undergraduate co-authors astronomy research paper
27 August 2018
Congratulations to QMUL undergraduate Arianna Albayati who is one of the authors of a research paper accepted for publication in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
IceCube observes neutrinos from a cosmic monster
13 July 2018
Congratulations to the team of researchers who have used the IceCube detector to observe for the first time a cosmic source of high-energy neutrinos identified as a distant blazar — a major new example of multimessenger astronomy.
A virtual tour of the inside of a neutrino detector will be a major attraction at this year’s Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition, which runs from 2 to 8 July.
Prof. David Berman of the School of Physics and Astronomy appears in an edition of BBC Radio 4’s Great Lives programme, in conversation with business entrepreneur Tej Lalvani and presenter Matthew Parris.
Dr Martin Archer wins Media Award
25 April 2018
The School of Physics and Astronomy's Dr Martin Award was awarded the Best Opinion/Comment Piece in the Media and Public Relations category of QMUL's Engagement and Enterprise Awards 2018.
SSFX The Anthology Film Premiere
19 March 2018
The SSFX project challenged independent filmmakers from around the world to create short-films incorporating sounds from space recorded by satellites.
At 7:00 pm on Thursday 26 July Dr David Quénard will deliver the next in our series of Physics and Astronomy public talks.
At 7:00 pm on Thursday 19 April Dr Chris Chen will deliver the next in our series of Physics and Astronomy public talks. He will describe the NASA Parker Solar Probe mission, due to be launched in the summer of 2018.
Postgraduate Taught Open Evening 2018
24 January 2018
Find out why MSc study might be great for your career and what our programmes in physics or astronomy could offer you.
Prof. William Gillin of the School of Physics and Astronomy and Director of QMUL’s Materials Research Institute has been shortlisted for the Bruce Dickinson Entrepreneur of the Year Award.