Unseen newborn planets are stirring up dust around a young star
The young star TW Hydrae is playing "shadow puppets" with scientists observing it with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.
Small stars may host bigger planets than previously thought
Stars with less than half the mass of our Sun are able to host giant Jupiter-style planets, in conflict with the most widely accepted theory of how such planets form, according to a new study led by UCL and University of Warwick researchers.
Meet the Warwick students creating a satellite to take worms into space
Six talented Warwick students are showcasing their very own satellite, set to provide carefully controlled conditions for scientist to measure how worms function and reproduce in zero gravity – as a precursor to a future deep space mission.
£2.2m grant to investigate new solar cell material – which could be used in space
Research led by the University of Warwick will investigate a new type of solar cell material, which could be used in space, in a bid to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
Clearing the skies for Santa this Christmas: The researchers tackling junk in space
As scores of children prepare to look to the skies this Christmas Eve, they will be relieved to know scientists are helping to clear a path for Santa in space.