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Morecambe High School pupils visit CERN as guests of Lancaster University's Physics Department

Morecambe High School pupils visit CERN as guests of Lancaster University's Physics Department

A group of A-level students from Morecambe High School have written a blog about their visit to CERN - the latest in a series of events involving Science and Technology at Lancaster University.

Fri 18 July 2014

The bizarre world of low temperatures

The bizarre world of low temperatures

"The bizarre world of low temperatures" was the theme of a quite extraordinary public lecture held on campus recently as part of the University's 50th anniversary celebrations. An audience of over 200 packed into the Faraday Lecture Theatre on the evening of Monday 30th June to witness an amazing double act by Physics Nobel Laureate and honorary Lancaster graduate

Fri 04 July 2014

2014 Student Prizes

2014 Student Prizes

Four Physics PhD students have been rewarded for their excellent work over the last year at a PhD Prize Giving Celebration in the Physics Department.

Thu 03 July 2014

Businesses urged to take advantage of the UK's top physics department

Businesses urged to take advantage of the UK's top physics department

Businesses have the opportunity to tap into the resources of the UK's top physics department.

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Thu 19 June 2014

Equations reveal the rebellious rhythms at the heart of nature

Equations reveal the rebellious rhythms at the heart of nature

Lancaster University physicists are using equations to reveal the hidden complexities of the human body.

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Thu 19 June 2014

Neutrino experiment now creates anti-neutrinos

Neutrino experiment now creates anti-neutrinos

Lancaster physicists working on the T2K neutrino experiment are participating in a major step toward understanding why the universe exists.

Mon 09 June 2014

Graphene's multi-coloured butterflies

Graphene's multi-coloured butterflies

Combining black and white graphene can change the electronic properties of the one-atom thick material, researchers have found.

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Mon 02 June 2014