Lancaster University – Science and Technology

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This issue focuses on the Faculty of Science and Technology

Discover Engineering

Our Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Dr Stephen Quayle will be delivering a webinar about studying for a degree in Engineering at Lancaster.


This webinar will introduce your students to our current students and alumni, and will help them to discover the different fields of Engineering and the diverse career prospects an Engineering degree can lead to.

Click here to register for our Engineering Webinar

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Chemistry Webinars

We are delivering a series of short academic research lectures from the Chemistry Department. We would love your students to join us. By taking part in the lectures, we hope your students will develop their understanding of chemistry, find out how chemistry is helping to change the world and take advantage of the opportunity to ask our academics any questions they may have.

Brain Chemistry – A lecture from Professor Joe Sweeney, Head of Chemistry and Chair in Synthetic Chemistry, which will cover finding out how the shape and charge of small organic molecules is important in the brain. Register here for the Brain Chemistry Webinar

Biomaterials and Wound Healing – Non-healing wounds are a silent epidemic. They cost the NHS almost as much as heart disease and cancer. And yet we hardly hear about these wounds! Register here for the Biomaterials Webinar

An Atom’s Eye View – We spend a lot of our time in Chemistry learning about chemical structures – but how do we actually know these other than trusting what a textbook tells us? Register here for the Atom’s Eye View Webinar

Find the full list of our webinars including the other Chemistry Lectures here

Why Study Maths Webinar – Tuesday 24th November, 4.30pm – 5.30pm

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Ever wondered what careers are available if you study Maths at university? Or what skills you will develop in your degree?
Find out where past students have gone on to work or where they have completed their placements, as well as other useful information on why you should study Maths at Lancaster.

Click here to register for our Why Study Maths Webinar

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Live Q&A: Faculty of Science and Technology – Tuesday 8th December, 4:00pm to 5:30pm

From Engineering, to Mathematics, to Psychology; Lancaster University Science and Technology faculty covers a wide range of courses for your students to learn about, choose from and study.

Staff and current students will be ready to answer any questions and offer helpful advice about the courses.

Click here to register for our Live Q&A about our Faculty of Science and Technology

Research in a Box – These free resources give your students the opportunity to learn through engaging activities or experience using research equipment through interactive practical sessions. The equipment and activities have been designed by our academics with the GCSE and A Level curriculums in mind, enabling you to teach the syllabus in a fun, exciting and innovative way.

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Click here to see our STEM Boxes

Lancaster in the Media

Research has found that air pollution particles in young brains are linked to Alzheimer’s damage. Our Professor Barbara Maher, Lancaster Environment Centre, is part of the research team and has said “It is terrifying because, even in the infants, there is neuropathology in the brain stem”. 

Read the article about the link between air pollution and Alzheimer’s

Scientists, engineers and technicians from the UK have embarked on a £26M project to help upgrade the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, on the French/Swiss border near Geneva. Our Professor Graeme Burt of the Department of Engineering and the Cockcroft Institute is managing the technical co-ordination of the project.

Read the article about Phase two of the UK project to upgrade the Large Hadron Collider

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