Materials Science Institute
An interdisciplinary institute to tackle grand challenges in society and industry.
We are an institute of over 200 academic and research staff, we are active in interdisciplinary research, development, commercialisation and education of new materials science. We aim to provide a platform offering complete solutions to your research and development needs.
We have experts in established and emerging themes in materials science. Our research activities are strategically focused on three core areas to tackle problems in industry and society.
MPs need better support to talk to their constituents about climate change, study finds
Many politicians want to see action on climate change but some admit they avoid mentioning it to their constituents because they do not think their views will be supported, according to new research based on interviews with MPs.
Lancaster research centre granted ESRC funding to continue for five more years
The Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) at Lancaster University will receive £2.5 million funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the University to continue existing activities and pursue a new research programme for five more years.