Human-induced climate change increased the risk of severe storms like those that hit the south of England in the winter of 2013/14, causing devastating flooding and costing several people their lives.
Students from local Sixth Form Schools have recently been set a challenge by our Engineering Department.
Business leaders are invited to discover how new materials are changing the world and providing scientific and commercial opportunities.
Wearable devices to monitor health are not always reliable or secure according to research.
The first ever measurement of the temperature of electrons in a nanoelectronic device a few thousandths of a degree above absolute zero was demonstrated in a joint research project performed by Lancaster University, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, and Aivon Ltd.
Future smart watches could go hands-free thanks to eye-tracking technology that is literally revolutionary.
Lancaster University has begun work on a £2m suite of ultra-low noise laboratories, IsoLab, which will provide the most advanced environments in the world for the expanding field of quantum technology.
More large storms in the future, such as Storm Desmond, will increase the loss of valuable soil and nutrients from agricultural fields, according to new research published by a Lancaster University-led team.
Software developed at Lancaster shows that many popular new words have passed through social media sites long before going mainstream.
Permanent marine protected areas and wilderness are critical to the effective protection of marine fish, according to a study conducted by the Wildlife Conservation Society, James Cook University, and Lancaster University.