Nuclear Physics Group

STFC Daresbury Laboratory



The major role of the Nuclear Physics Group is to support and contribute to the UK's Nuclear Physics research programme supported by the STFC

Link to the STFC NPG Home page


Services and resources provided by the Nuclear Physics Group

The NPG makes available a number of resources for the nuclear physics community.


World Wide Web pages

We can produce web pages on an ad-hoc basis for special purposes, such as meetings or conferences.


Example pages include:


UK users

The NPG manages the ukusers email list. To send an email to the UK Nuclear Physics community first please send it to Vic Pucknell, Dave Laff or John Simpson to be forwarded to the ukusers list.


Community talks

The talks presented at the STFC 2018 Nuclear Physics Town meeting at the University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, are here



  • The edocs:The edocs are our library of technical documents produced by members of the group and others for projects from Eurogam in the past up to current projects such as AGATA, PRISMA & AIDA.
  • Charissa:Access to the Charissa documents is restricted to members of the collaboration.
  • Outreach Newsletter: The UK Nuclear Activity Newsletter archive (including the latest edition of the newsletter).



WWW access to the MIDAS distribution. For detailed information, see the MIDAS web pages.

Download and installation instructions are also available.


We can also supply the package on CDROM. Please contact Dr V Pucknell or Mr D Laff.


Target manufacture

The NPG provides thin-film & foil targets for the nuclear physics experimental community and others.

Targets can be requested using our on-line form or by email or post.

For detailed information, see the main target manufacture pages.


Research activities and publications

Information relating to the research activities and publications list for the group can be found here.


Conference organisation

The Group will organise conferences, meetings or workshops for the UK Nuclear Physics community.

For assistance or information please contact Sue Richards.