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New network for particle accelerator engineers

Lancaster University has played a lead role in the inaugural meeting of a new engineering network for all types of engineers working on particle accelerators in the UK. Read more

Faculty leads new initiatives to stimulate postgraduate teaching and business innovation

Almost 100 postgraduate students have been welcomed onto two new masters degrees that bring together expertise from across the faculty. Read more

News

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Lancaster research to help business decision-makers protect against cyber attack

Lancaster research to help business decision-makers protect against cyber attack

Lancaster University research will enable business leaders to take more informed decisions about protecting critical infrastructure from cyber attack.

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Thu 09 October 2014

Lancaster University helps British fishing tackle manufacturer reel out new product

Lancaster University helps British fishing tackle manufacturer reel out new product

A British fishing reel manufacturer is tackling the industry’s big fish thanks to help from Lancaster University.

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Wed 08 October 2014

Research institute opens in China

Research institute opens in China

A Lancaster University researcher has become the first director of a new international environmental research centre in China, committed to helping solve the world’s big environmental challenges.

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Wed 08 October 2014

Lancaster University engineers help discover the world’s biggest cave

Lancaster University engineers help discover the world’s biggest cave

Engineers from Lancaster University have helped explorers discover the world’s biggest cave. The exciting discovery of the giant Miao Room cavern, in China, was featured by National Geographic News and in the July issue of National Geographic magazine.

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Mon 06 October 2014

Events

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Security Lancaster Seminar

Dr Lewis Griffin, University College London

Thu 25 September - Tue 25 November 2014
InfoLab21

Operator Assist tools for x-ray inspection of rail freight containers

Chemistry Department Seminar - Nanomaterials assembly and transit across biological barriers: A molecular simulation perspective

Dr Rebecca Notman, The University of Warwick, Department of Chemistry and Centre for Scientific Computing

Wednesday 29 October 2014, 1300-1400
Cavendish Colloquium Room

"Research in my group lies at the interface between biological and materials modelling. In particular, we are interested in systems that have important applications in biomedicine and pharmaceutical science. One strand of our current work is concerned with nanomaterial-mediated drug delivery.

Security Lancaster Seminar

Professor Monica Whitty, University of Leicester

Thursday 30 October 2014, 1300-1400
InfoLab21

The Online Dating Romance Scam: Victims’ profiles, scammers’ strategies and the Psychological impact on the victims

A woman's place..?

A woman's place..?

Wednesday 12 November 2014, 1000-1600
Lancaster University

Women's Careers in Science: Sharing best practice between academia and industry