Alastair Hodgetts, a Lancaster Environment Centre (LEC) student, wins a prize for his research project deciphering an unusual Icelandic tuya volcano which erupted through ice.
Arctic scientists set up an “immersive” tent encampment at the World Economic Forum, demonstrating to world leaders the need for urgent action to limit arctic change.
A Lancaster statistician’s ‘exceptional’ work to foster impactful research collaborations between academia and industry has been recognised by the Royal Statistical Society.
Elevating the literature review to the status of a science has won PhD student Paul Whaley Lancaster University's ‘Impactful Researcher’ Enterprise Award.
A student from Lancaster has celebrated their success after receiving a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). They are just one of a talented set of engineering students who have won the prestigious award.
Professor Jim Wild has been awarded the Royal Astronomical Society's James Dungey Lectureship for 2018.
Lancaster is part of a consortium that will undertake ground-breaking research into products utilising new composite materials that have the ability to regenerate or ‘self-heal’.
Researcher wins a prestigious €1.5M grant to explore how small scale fisheries can help prevent malnutrition in East Africa.
Student beats the odds to win recognition for his master’s dissertation and show that with the right support “you can do pretty much anything.”
The world’s reefs are under siege from global warming, according to a novel study published today in the prestigious journal Science.