The department has been at the forefront of engineering research for many years and internationally recognised for it's work in mechatronics, microelectronics, advanced sensor technology, renewable energy and digital systems design. The RAE 2001 awarded the department a rating of 4. Teaching is equally of a high standard with an excellent rating of 22/24 points by the Teaching Quality Assessment.
Another year's LancasterRacing team leaves for pastures new having competed against roughly 100 teams at the IMechE Formula Student Event at Silverstone Circuit. Read more
Thu 17 July 2014
Lancaster University Engineers are helping Kendal Museum to offer its visitors the chance to handle 3D printed replicas of ancient Egyptian pottery and statues. Read more
Story supplied by LU Press Office
Mon 07 July 2014
On National Women in Engineering Day, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) asked three women engineers, recently celebrated by RISE awards, about their work and what can be done to encourage young women into an engineering career. Read more
Thu 26 June 2014