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Lancaster physicists work with Oxford on £5.2m QuEEN project

Lancaster physicists work with Oxford on £5.2m QuEEN project

Lancaster is working with the University of Oxford on a £5.2m project which aims to design and develop the world’s most efficient thermoelectric material.

Mon 14 December 2015

Invention of forge-proof ID to revolutionise security

Invention of forge-proof ID to revolutionise security

Scientists have discovered a way to authenticate or identify any object by generating an unbreakable ID based on atoms.

Fri 13 November 2015

Businesses urged to tap into science and technology young talent

Businesses urged to tap into science and technology young talent

Businesses are being urged to benefit from the technical knowledge and fresh ideas of leading students.

Wed 11 November 2015

2016 Breakthrough Prize for Neutrino Research

Members of the Lancaster University Neutrino Physics group have been awarded a share of the prestigious 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics. This year's prize is awarded to the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) collaboration and to the T2K/K2K collaboration, both of which have had long-term Lancaster involvement, as well as to the Super-Kamiokande, Daya Bay and KamLAND collaborations.

Tue 10 November 2015

Lancaster winner of the UK ICT Pioneers contest 2015

Lancaster winner of the UK ICT Pioneers contest 2015

A Lancaster student has won a national competition for the excellence and commercial potential of his ICT related research.

Mon 02 November 2015

Lancaster link with Nobel Prize for Neutrino Physics

Lancaster neutrino physicists have been involved in the work of both of this year's Nobel Prize for Physics laureates, but particularly with that of Professor Arthur McDonald on both the SNO experiment for which the prize was awarded, and the successive, current SNO+ experiment. In 2001, SNO demonstrated conclusively that neutrinos change type as they traverse the distance between the Sun and the Earth, solving a 40-year puzzle.

Tue 06 October 2015