Three Lancaster University researchers have been listed in the Thomson Reuters and Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers list for 2016.
Two Physics students have been awarded the Ede & Ravenscroft Women into Science Prize for 2016. This £1000 prize rewards female students for their outstanding academic achievement in science subjects in which they have been traditionally underrepresented.
Astronomers have cast light on how young galaxies ionise oxygen in the early Universe and its effects on the evolution of galaxies through time.
Physics at Lancaster has maintained its top 10 ranking for the subject in the 2017 Good University Guide, published by The Times and Sunday Times.
Working on the development of table-top particle accelerators as part of the Alpha-X project, Lancaster’s Prof. Robin Tucker has been developing the first step towards a quantum description of extremely short pulses of laser light.
Claire Tinker, who recently completed her PhD in the Physics Department under Professor Oleg Kolosov and David Allsop from Biomedial and Life Sciences, has been awarded a Springer Thesis Prize for her work on the application of Physical methods for nanoscale imaging and charaterisation of amyloids.
Lancaster University is ranked amongst the UK’s best for student satisfaction in the 2016 National Student Survey.
From the physics of fireworks to livestreaming from CERN, science met music at WOMAD’s first Physics Pavilion.
Scientists at Lancaster University have shed light on the metabolic switch observed in abnormal cells like cancer.
Astronomers have studied 70,000 galaxies across cosmic time to find out why some cease generating stars.