International Women in Engineering Day takes place on 23 June annually. This day focuses attention on the amazing careers in engineering and technical roles for girls, and allows us to celebrate the achievements of our outstanding women engineers.
A prototype detector that will be able to help identify radioactive leaks around major nuclear sites is to be developed by Lancaster engineers and commercial partners.
Efforts to solve environmental problems in one place often fail to recognise the risk of turning up the pressure elsewhere—a challenging and frustrating phenomenon highlighted in a new article published in the journal Environmental Research Letters.
Ecologists from LEC are preparing to introduce the world to ‘Sex & Bugs & Rock ‘n Roll’ at Glastonbury this year as part of their mission to bring science to the community.
One of the most advanced facilities in the world for quantum technology has been opened by the Chief Executive of the EPSRC.
A Lancaster University physicist has been awarded a £1.4M EPSRC Career Fellowship over five years.
People who use fake profiles online could be more easily identified, thanks to a new tool developed by computer scientists.
The visual development of babies in the womb has been explored for the first time ever, revealing a clear preference for face-like shapes.
Psychologists have discovered that people’s language changes when they lie depending on their cultural background.
The very design features that make Bitcoin technology appealing to its users are also weaknesses being exploited for the theft of the cryptocurrency – new research reveals.