Wearable devices to monitor health are not always reliable or secure according to research.
Business leaders are invited to discover how new materials are changing the world and providing scientific and commercial opportunities.
A national competition, organised by Lancaster University, which recognises emerging writing talent in literary criticism, prose fiction and poetry is calling for entries.
Wheat yields could be significantly increased thanks to varieties with a superior form of a common enzyme, according to new research.
The first ever measurement of the temperature of electrons in a nanoelectronic device a few thousandths of a degree above absolute zero was demonstrated in a joint research project performed by Lancaster University, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, and Aivon Ltd.
Future smart watches could go hands-free thanks to eye-tracking technology that is literally revolutionary.
In the latest Financial Times Global MBA Ranking, the Lancaster MBA is ranked No.4 in the UK, No. 1 in the UK for Salary Increase and ranked 35th in the world overall – a rise of 15 places.
Patients in Lancashire will be among the first to benefit from a major new drive to modernise how the NHS delivers care.
Lancaster University has begun work on a £2m suite of ultra-low noise laboratories, IsoLab, which will provide the most advanced environments in the world for the expanding field of quantum technology.
More large storms in the future, such as Storm Desmond, will increase the loss of valuable soil and nutrients from agricultural fields, according to new research published by a Lancaster University-led team.