Leading players in the robotics and autonomous systems industries have visited a special conference highlighting the latest robotic technology.
Computer scientists at Lancaster University have developed the ‘lightweight operating system’ for the new BBC micro:bit that is being given to almost a million school children this week.
Computer scientists at Lancaster University are working on smarter ‘privacy setting’ algorithms to prevent embarrassing photos being shared on social media.
Lancaster University is to receive £1.7m in funding to support the next generation of researchers.
Business leaders are invited to discover how new materials are changing the world and providing scientific and commercial opportunities.
Future smart watches could go hands-free thanks to eye-tracking technology that is literally revolutionary.
Software developed at Lancaster shows that many popular new words have passed through social media sites long before going mainstream.
New research will ensure that the UK is a global leader in the privacy, ethics, trust, reliability, acceptability, and security (PETRAS) of the 'Internet of Things' (IoT). And with this strong foundation the UK will become the world’s best place to develop and deploy new internet technologies.
Physical attacks on devices connected to the Internet can be detected by analysing WiFi signals, computer scientists have discovered.
A Lancaster University professor is at the forefront of promising technology techniques to speed up the development of fifth generation (5G) wireless communications.