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.
Coral reefs in the Indian Ocean that were severely damaged by a global warming event 17 years ago have bounced back to optimum health and have the potential to keep pace with rising sea levels, but only if they escape the impacts of future warming events, researchers have found.
A Lancaster University professor is at the forefront of promising technology techniques to speed up the development of fifth generation (5G) wireless communications.
Lancaster is working with the University of Oxford on a £5.2m project which aims to design and develop the world’s most efficient thermoelectric material.
Leading engineering businesses have showcased the exciting and varied career options available to hundreds of students at Lancaster University’s Engineering department’s annual Careers Fair.