Internship opportunities at growth-hungry enterprises are sought for students studying a range of technical subjects at Lancaster University.
Lancaster University is launching a £7.1 million low-carbon research and development programme to support small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Lancashire, Cumbria, Cheshire and Liverpool.
A major investment of more than £26 million into Chemistry facilities and equipment has been officially opened. The opening completes the rebirth of Lancaster’s Chemistry department, providing a cutting-edge environment for research and teaching.
New blood-testing technology that promises to improve healthcare treatments for cancer patients, post-operative care and monitor the health of babies in the womb is being developed by Lancaster academics.
A Lancaster University scientist has successfully tested a new analytical approach that will help advance our understanding of molecules used in the biopharmaceutical sector.
Lancaster University is providing a unique opportunity for ambitious North West small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to take advantage of funded three-year industry-led research and development initiatives with support worth up to £100,000.
Lancaster University’s Chemistry Department has received an Athena SWAN Bronze Award in recognition of its commitment to advancing the careers of women in science.
Business leaders are invited to discover how new materials are changing the world and providing scientific and commercial opportunities.
Businesses are being urged to benefit from the technical knowledge and fresh ideas of leading students.
Cancer treatments, educational Minecraft software and space weather monitors are just some of the Lancaster University science and technology research and development projects being backed by a £50,000 innovation fund.