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.
A number of departments within the Faculty of Science and Technology have received positive ratings in this year’s QS World Rankings, including a commendable result for Geography, which establishes Lancaster in 46th place in the world for the subject.
Professor Mike Kosch, a leading space scientist in Lancaster’s Physics Department, has recently completed an expedition to the South Pole to carry out research into the interaction of thermospheric winds and temperatures with the auroras.
Computer scientists at Lancaster University are working on smarter ‘privacy setting’ algorithms to prevent embarrassing photos being shared on social media.
Lancaster University is to receive £1.7m in funding to support the next generation of researchers.
PhD student, Jonathan Roberts, has been invited to the 66th Lindau Nobel meeting where he will mingle with 30 Nobel Laureates.