A new ‘Strategic Alliance’ will tackle long-standing economic, education, health, environmental and social challenges.
A prototype detector that will be able to help identify radioactive leaks around major nuclear sites is to be developed by Lancaster engineers and commercial partners.
Lancaster University has been given the TEF Gold award for outstanding teaching, an outstanding learning environment and delivering excellent employment outcomes for its students. This is the highest possible rating a university can achieve.
Efforts to solve environmental problems in one place often fail to recognise the risk of turning up the pressure elsewhere—a challenging and frustrating phenomenon highlighted in a new article published in the journal Environmental Research Letters.
A passion for local and family history led to legacies of more than £140,000 to Lancaster University, which will be used to safeguard and promote the region’s heritage.
The development of fresh insights into peacebuilding will be at the forefront of thinking at a Lancaster University Knowledge Exchange symposium and workshop on 5 and 6 July.
Energy demand reduction will be top of the agenda when Lancaster University hosts a ‘gala’ event for the nation’s end use energy demand research centres in July.
Eight projects to address some of the security threats facing the UK have been announced by the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST), which is led by Lancaster University.
A phenomenon in cloud data centres called ‘stragglers’ significantly slows down online activities ranging from everyday internet searches to fundamental scientific analysis.
Ecologists from Lancaster University are preparing to introduce the world to ‘Sex & Bugs & Rock ‘n Roll’ at Glastonbury this year as part of their mission to bring science to the community.