Nuclear Decommissioning Agency fully funded 3.5 year PhD studentship available
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.
Engineers from Lancaster University are helping an adventure sports business to scale new heights by developing the next generation of climbing walls.
Lancaster University and energy company EDF Energy have teamed up to provide opportunities for students to gain valuable industry experience.
Lancaster University Engineering Building has won recognition in the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Regional Awards.
Mobile robots reduce the need for manned entry into radioactive environments e.g. areas of high beta/gamma mixed wastes, a widespread problem in the context of waste vaults at nuclear power plants. They provide an invaluable option for the safe retrieval and disposal of contaminated materials, whilst safeguarding the environment and minimising radiation exposure to operators.
Former Top Gear presenter James May added a buzz of excitement to campus life this week when he visited Lancaster University’s new state-of-the-art Engineering building.
Researchers from Lancaster University Engineering Department have visited Lancaster Girls Grammar School, Ulverston Victoria High School and Lancaster Royal Grammar School.
Lancaster University have been working with future engineers at Ripley St Thomas Church of England Academy
Funding available for PhD in Nuclear Detection to start October 2015.