A Formula 1-loving Lancaster engineering student has invented a radical new suspension design.
A Lancaster Professor, and world-renowned chess player, took on 18 people at a game of chess – simultaneously!
Cancer treatments, educational Minecraft software and space weather monitors are just some of the Lancaster University science and technology research and development projects being backed by a £50,000 innovation fund.
Leading climate change academic, Professor Gail Whiteman, alongside Stephen Rubin, Chair of the Pentland Group, Peter Bakker, the CEO of the World Council for Sustainable Business and Martin Chilcott, CEO of 2degrees, gathered in London to launch The Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business to a corporate audience.
A major UK company, Mott MacDonald, has rewarded two Lancaster students’ commitment to nuclear engineering with the gift of scholarships.
Creative activities, such as designing musical instruments, can improve the quality of life of people with dementia, according to researchers at Lancaster University.
More than 60 businesses have established stronger links with China in the last two years through working with Lancaster University.
Lancaster University’s new Engineering Building is the winner of a British Construction Industry award.
The project, which is a result of listening and involving students and users in the design, offers a light, airy and spacious academic study environment.
Engineers have drawn inspiration from the eyes of cats to create a new camera that can see radiation coming from nuclear reactors – boosting safety, efficiency and helping during nuclear disaster emergencies.