Lancaster University’s Faculty of Science and Technology has several subjects ranked amongst the best in the UK in the 2017 Complete University Guide (CUG) league tables.
The loss of plant and animal species around the world due to human activities could have been significantly underestimated due to a commonly used scientific method, according to a new study.
Researchers studying three of the world’s great rivers have found evidence of a damaging legacy that could affect our planet for generations.
On Wednesday 16th March 2016, the Faculty held its third STEM Schools Challenge as part of British Science Week, welcoming 170 pupils from 14 schools to compete in four challenges that cover the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Global efforts to protect the planet will fail unless we take concepts like equality and wellbeing into account, according to a new paper published today in the journal Science.
Lancaster Physicists are greeted with applause in the Canadian Parliament for their contribution to the Nobel prize-winning research into Neutrinos.
More than 140 scientists are to converge on Lancaster University from all over the world for the first ever conference on biological oscillations from 10-14 April 2016.
Leading players in the robotics and autonomous systems industries have visited a special conference highlighting the latest robotic technology.
The solar wind around Jupiter is causing intense X-ray bursts over the planet’s polar regions, according to research.
Computer scientists at Lancaster University have developed the ‘lightweight operating system’ for the new BBC micro:bit that is being given to almost a million school children this week.