Dr Sarah Badman has been hailed as “one of the top early-career planetary physicists in the world” after being awarded a prize by the Royal Astronomical Society.
Lancaster is working with the University of Oxford on a £5.2m project which aims to design and develop the world’s most efficient thermoelectric material.
Scientists have discovered a way to authenticate or identify any object by generating an unbreakable ID based on atoms.
Businesses are being urged to benefit from the technical knowledge and fresh ideas of leading students.
A Lancaster student has won a national competition for the excellence and commercial potential of his ICT related research.
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.
Lancaster neutrino physicists have been involved in the work of both of this year's Nobel Prize for Physics laureates, but particularly with that of Professor Arthur McDonald on both the SNO experiment for which the prize was awarded, and the successive, current SNO+ experiment.
Dmytro Iatsenko, who recently completed his PhD in the Physics Department under Professor Aneta Stefanovska, has been awarded a Springer Thesis Prize for his work on Nonlinear Mode Decomposition. The award comprises a prize of €500 and the publication of the work in the collection of outstanding Springer Theses.
Researchers have developed a new non-invasive technique which can accurately detect malignant melanoma without a biopsy.
Three Physics PhD students have been rewarded for their excellent work over the previous year at an end of year celebration in the Physics Department.