A Lancaster University environmental scientist is taking part in an Antarctic expedition which aims to look back in time to understand rising global sea levels.
Lancaster University is strengthening its digital health research capability with the appointment of a global expert to a newly created role.
Researchers at Lancaster University have found a way to detect subtle early warning signs that reveal a frog population is at risk from pollution.
Companies are unaware of the huge risks they face from soil degradation.
Natural measures to manage flooding from rivers can play a valuable role in flood prevention, but a lack of monitoring means their true potential remains unclear, researchers say.
Astronomers have sampled 40,000 distant galaxies to better understand how galaxies like our own Milky Way have formed and evolved over cosmic time.
Lancaster and Manchester Universities have won a joint £2M award for physics research which may lead to “significant technological impact in the longer term.”
A team of hydrogeophysics research students have used advanced GPS and ultrasound to conduct a survey of Forrest Hills lake.
This year’s QS World Rankings have positively highlighted a number of departments from within the Faculty of Science and Technology, including commendable results in Environmental Sciences, Geography, and Statistics and Operational Research, which have all been ranked in the top 100.
Lancaster engineers are part of a team which will map some of the world’s most radioactive sites using sensing technology mounted on an advanced robotic vehicle.