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Blog: The Syrian Electronic Army is rewriting the rules of war

Blog: The Syrian Electronic Army is rewriting the rules of war

In Dragon Day – a provocative new movie on release in the US in November – we see the consequences of a 'cyber 9/11'. China has attacked the critical infrastructure of the US in a large-scale cyber-attack. The film illustrates one of the dominant fears about cyber-security and cyber-war: a superpower attacking the networked infrastructure that supports all aspects of life in the 21st century.

Mon 29 September 2014

China visit helps establish research and development links for UK businesses

China visit helps establish research and development links for UK businesses

Representatives from 15 UK businesses have visited China to establish research and development links that will boost innovation and trade.

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Fri 26 September 2014

Energy Lancaster to help research new generation of fuel cells

Energy Lancaster to help research new generation of fuel cells

Engineers from Lancaster University are working in collaboration with a cutting edge clean-tech company that has developed a new generation of fuel cells that could revolutionise energy supply to homes and businesses.

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Thu 11 September 2014

Download 5 Free Market Foresight Reports from KARIM

Download 5 Free Market Foresight Reports from KARIM

Knowledge Acceleration and Responsible Innovation Meta-network (KARIM), have released Market Foresight reports on ecotoxicology, marine and offshore energy, water, infrastructure resilience, and micro-fluidics and micro-injection moulding, which give businesses an overview of commercial opportunities in each area.

Tue 02 September 2014

Chemistry facility to boost small business innovation and manufacturing sectors

Chemistry facility to boost small business innovation and manufacturing sectors

High-value manufacturing is to be bolstered by a new £11.3 million technology facility to be created by Lancaster University.

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Mon 18 August 2014

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

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.

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Thu 07 August 2014

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.

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Fri 01 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