Lancaster University Engineering department students William Wheatland and Phillip Rawcliffe travelled to Copenhagen to participate in the DTU Green Challenge (Gron Dyst) hosted by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
Businesses are being urged to take advantage of a £300,000 funding pot aimed at boosting research and development projects.
A UK energy and environmental consultancy is preparing to help China’s shift to greener technologies and is set for growth after agreeing a partnership with a major Chinese organisation.
Lancaster University is helping to produce a new generation of photonics experts thanks to a grant of 4 million euros for a new training network.
Pioneering work to synchronise new technologies with energy supplies – including a device to indicate when to have the greenest cuppa - earned Lancaster University a top honour at the world’s premier conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Hybrid Instruments Limited and Lancaster University have entered a collaboration agreement for a project to develop a prototype device to measure the radioactive material tritium.
Lancaster University and energy company EDF Energy have teamed up to provide opportunities for students to gain valuable industry experience.
Energy Lancaster is currently exploring how Lancaster University's campus can increasingly be used as a living lab to research and demonstrate sustainable energy systems and practices, reducing emissions and improving the research opportunities around energy.
In this report we provide some case studies of Science and Technology's work with external partners during 2013-2014.
Engineers from Lancaster University are working in collaboration with a cutting edge clean-tech company that has developed a new generation of fuel cells that could revolutionise energy supply to homes and businesses.