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Lancaster University cyber security course is certified by UK's national intelligence agency

Lancaster University cyber security course is certified by UK's national intelligence agency

A Lancaster University course that is helping to produce the crime fighters of the digital age has received a seal of approval by the UK's national security and intelligence agency - GCHQ. Read more

New postgraduate courses to help stem the tide of flood devastation in the UK

New postgraduate courses to help stem the tide of flood devastation in the UK

Postgraduate courses in Flood and Coastal Risk Management will help to train a new wave of water and flood-risk professionals. Read more

News

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Sustainable green alternatives to fertilisers could boost food and energy security

Sustainable green alternatives to fertilisers could boost food and energy security

Lancaster University scientists are leading research looking at formulating sustainable fertilisers from renewable energy waste.

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Thu 14 August 2014

Lancaster spin-out company adapts crime-fighting tech to the marketing world

Lancaster spin-out company adapts crime-fighting tech to the marketing world

A company established at Lancaster University to commercialise crime-fighting technology is set to revolutionise the marketing industry.

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Fri 08 August 2014

Lucky heather earns its name in carbon study

Lucky heather earns its name in carbon study

Researchers have found that heather has an important role to play in keeping carbon locked in the earth.

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Wed 06 August 2014

Cyber-crime costs region's businesses almost £107 million a year - a new report reveals

Cyber-crime costs region's businesses almost £107 million a year - a new report reveals

A report into the cyber security market in the North West has revealed that online criminal activity is costing key sectors in the regional economy almost £107 million a year - threatening growth, businesses and jobs.

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Wed 30 July 2014

Events

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Political Ecology and Development: Resources, Power and Justice

Tue 09 - Wed 10 September 2014
Training Rooms 1 And 2, Gordon Manley Building

An International Conference at Lancaster University.

Condensed Matter Physics Seminar

Prof. Jan Wiersig, Magdeburg University

Friday 12 September 2014, 1500-1600
C1 Physics Building

Enhancing the sensitivity of microcavity sensors by using exceptional points

Lancaster Environment Centre Showcase 2014

Lancaster Environment Centre Showcase 2014

Various speakers

Thursday 18 September 2014, 1600-1930
Lancaster Environment Centre

Lancaster University's Environment Centre (LEC), a vibrant community of over 450 university and government scientists, is hosting a special showcase event to welcome new companies to the centre and explore future partnerhsips.

Condensed Matter Physics Seminar

Dr Oleksandr Tsyplyatyev, University of Birmingham

Friday 19 September 2014, 1500-1600
C1 Physics Building

Hierarchy of modes in an interacting system