Astronomers have shed further light on the evolution of the early Universe with the discovery of a team of super-bright galaxies.
Mathematical Physicists at Lancaster are involved in a £4.5m project to investigate extreme physical phenomena in laboratories so tiny that their diameters are equivalent to one tenth of the width of a human hair.
The first ever film of the Universe is to be created by international astronomers using the world’s largest digital camera.
An international team of astronomers has discovered that the central region of our Milky Way Galaxy hosts an ancient population of stars more than 10 billion years old.
Lancaster University is providing a unique opportunity for ambitious North West small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to take advantage of funded three-year industry-led research and development initiatives with support worth up to £100,000.
Physics ranked amongst the best in the UK in the 2017 Complete University Guide (CUG) league tables.
Lancaster Physicists are greeted with applause in the Canadian Parliament for their contribution to the Nobel prize-winning research into Neutrinos.
More than 140 scientists are to converge on Lancaster University from all over the world for the first ever conference on biological oscillations from 10-14 April 2016.
The solar wind around Jupiter is causing intense X-ray bursts over the planet’s polar regions, according to research.
Professor Mike Kosch, a leading space scientist in Lancaster’s Physics Department, has recently completed an expedition to the South Pole to carry out research into the interaction of thermospheric winds and temperatures with the auroras.