First neutrino oscillation results from T2K announced
The Lancaster T2K group announces the release of T2K's first neutrino oscillation results which were the focus of international press coverage on Wednesday 15th June.
These results give indications that neutrino oscillations encompass all three neutrino flavours, in which case they may have played a significant role in the preference for matter over anti-matter in the early universe without which our universe would not exist.
Fri 17 June 2011
Dmytro Iatsenko, who recently completed his PhD in the Physics Department under Professor Aneta Stefanovska, has been awarded a Springer Thesis Prize for his work on Nonlinear Mode Decomposition. The award comprises a prize of €500 and the publication of the work in the collection of outstanding Springer Theses.
Wed 26 August 2015
Researchers have developed a new non-invasive technique which can accurately detect malignant melanoma without a biopsy.
Tue 11 August 2015
Three Physics PhD students have been rewarded for their excellent work over the previous year at an end of year celebration in the Physics Department.
Wed 29 July 2015
Scientists at Lancaster University’s Physics Department are ready to help businesses develop new products and services. Third-year undergraduate students work in small teams to provide a solution to problems posed by companies.
Tue 14 July 2015