The very design features that make Bitcoin technology appealing to its users are also weaknesses being exploited for the theft of the cryptocurrency – new research reveals.
Scrapping automatically playing videos in apps and reversing trends of instant messaging and on-demand services could be key to cutting the growing energy demand of the Internet.
Caterpillars living near the equator are eight times more likely to be eaten by predators than those living closer to the poles, according to new research published in the journal Science.
A new process has the potential to enable 720,000 tonnes of biodiesel to be produced each year from spent coffee grounds.
Continuing from last month’s fantastic results in the Complete University Guide tables, Science and Technology has once again ranked among the best in the UK with subjects in the top ten of the Guardian league tables.
Staff from the Engineering Department and School of Computing and Communications (SCC) have received high praise and recognition in the Staff Awards 2017.
The sun shone for more than 1800 people who poured onto the Lancaster University campus on Saturday to take part in a Community Day.
Students from the South Lakes region recently visited Lancaster to take part in our annual South Lakes Federation (SLF) Poster Conference.
Professor Keith Beven is among 50 distinguished scientists to be elected as Fellows of the Royal Society.
Extensive natural flood management such as tree planting could reduce flooding even in extreme events like Storm Desmond, according to a new modelling study.