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.
Submersible remote-controlled machines are to be created that will accelerate the clean-up operation at nuclear sites such as disaster-stricken Fukushima Daiichi.
A new method of analysing crime statistics finds that violent crime in England and Wales is increasing, not decreasing.
Dr Sarah Badman has been hailed as “one of the top early-career planetary physicists in the world” after being awarded a prize by the Royal Astronomical Society.
New research will ensure that the UK is a global leader in the privacy, ethics, trust, reliability, acceptability, and security (PETRAS) of the “Internet of Things” (IoT). And with this strong foundation the UK will become the world’s best place to develop and deploy new internet technologies.
The Zika virus, carried by Aedes mosquitos and previously a slow pandemic, is on the rise across the Americas – and its rapid spread is causing serious concern to health officials.
A Lancaster University Professorial Fellow has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours for his services to engineering.
The Faculty of Science and Technology’s annual Christmas Conference took place on 15th December 2015. The event was well-attended with strong representation from each of our departments.
A research paper on global tree numbers, involving a Lancaster University researcher, was one of 2015’s most widely discussed academic articles online
Physical attacks on devices connected to the Internet can be detected by analysing WiFi signals, computer scientists have discovered.