In the race to secure clean energy in the future, Lancaster University engineers are reinventing a piece of technology which has so far only been used in labs to diagnose cancer, detect explosives, and even analyse grand artistic masterpieces.
Engineers from Lancaster University have helped explorers discover the world’s biggest cave.
Research has begun at Lancaster to investigate exactly how plants pass on their immunity to their offspring.
A British fishing reel manufacturer is tackling the industry’s big fish thanks to help from Lancaster University.
People tend to perceive their dominant hand as staying relatively the same size even when it’s magnified, lending support to the idea that we use our hand as a constant perceptual “ruler” to measure the world around us. The findings are published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.
Lancaster University research will enable business leaders to take more informed decisions about protecting critical infrastructure from cyber attack.
The global head of cyber security of one of the world’s largest IT corporations has been awarded an honorary professorship at Lancaster University.
Representatives from 15 UK businesses have visited China to establish research and development links that will boost innovation and trade.
Professor Cary Cooper has been voted HR Magazine’s Most Influential UK Thinker 2014.
Lancaster University has been named the top university in the North West for the 9th consecutive year, according to The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015.