Researchers are looking at advanced materials for roads and pavements that could generate electricity from passing traffic.
A Lancaster University Engineering graduate has been presented with a special award at a student racing competition.
A major new international research programme is responding to the overwhelming demand of internet traffic to develop ubiquitous wireless data coverage with unprecedented speed at millimetre waves.
Lancaster University has recently been awarded funding for a new doctoral training centre from STFC starting October 2017, based at the Cockcroft Institute.
Siemens 'Graduate of the year' is a prestigious award in recognition of the Graduate who has made an exceptional contribution to the business.
International Women in Engineering Day takes place on 23 June annually. This day focuses attention on the amazing careers in engineering and technical roles for girls, and allows us to celebrate the achievements of our outstanding women engineers.
A new £4.1 million business support project will help Cumbria businesses grow by accelerating the research and development of new products and services.
A new process has the potential to enable 720,000 tonnes of biodiesel to be produced each year from spent coffee grounds.
Continuing from last month’s fantastic results in the Complete University Guide tables, Engineering has once again ranked among the best in the UK with subjects in the top ten of the Guardian league tables.
The Engineering department was one of only 12 universities selected to host this year's Institute of Engineering and Technology’s Faraday Challenge Day.