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Google award recognises Lancaster academic’s focus on eye tracking research

Google award recognises Lancaster academic’s focus on eye tracking research

Computing giant Google has recognised research at Lancaster University to develop eye-tracking technology.

Story supplied by LU Press Office
Thu 18 September 2014

InfoLab21 based marketing agency offers boosts to local businesses

InfoLab21 based marketing agency offers boosts to local businesses

InfoLab21 based digital marketing agency SEO 24/7 has launched an initiative aiming to boost growth in other local businesses.

Thu 18 September 2014

InfoLab21's TNP Assist Blackpool Illuminations Switch-On

InfoLab21's TNP Assist Blackpool Illuminations Switch-On

This month The Networking People (TNP) assisted with the Blackpool Illuminations switch on concert by providing high speed wireless internet access across the whole shore front.

Thu 18 September 2014

100th Intern Joins InfoLab21’s Academy

100th Intern Joins InfoLab21’s Academy

InfoLab21 is pleased to welcome Daniel Garrett, the 100th Intern to join the Knowledge Business Centre’s (KBC) Graduate and Student Academy since it started in 2007.

Tue 16 September 2014

Lancaster spin-out company adapts crime-fighting tech to the marketing world

Lancaster spin-out company adapts crime-fighting tech to the marketing world

A company established at Lancaster University to commercialise crime-fighting technology is set to revolutionise the marketing industry.

Story supplied by LU Press Office
Fri 08 August 2014

Lancaster University cyber security course is certified by UK's national intelligence agency

Lancaster University cyber security course is certified by UK's national intelligence agency

A Lancaster University course that is helping to produce the crime fighters of the digital age has received a seal of approval by the UK's national security and intelligence agency - GCHQ.

Story supplied by LU Press Office
Thu 07 August 2014

Cyber-crime costs region's businesses almost £107 million a year - a new report reveals

Cyber-crime costs region's businesses almost £107 million a year - a new report reveals

A report into the cyber security market in the North West has revealed that online criminal activity is costing key sectors in the regional economy almost £107 million a year - threatening growth, businesses and jobs.

Story supplied by LU Press Office
Wed 30 July 2014

New research projects for Computing and Communications

New research projects for Computing and Communications

Academics in Lancaster University's School of Computing and Communications have secured major funding and a key role in two new research projects announced by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). For more information, contact Prof. David Hutchison (d.hutchison@lancaster.ac.uk) in SCC.

Fri 18 July 2014

Armenian Scientists Visit Lancaster's Experts in Secure Communications

Armenian Scientists Visit Lancaster's Experts in Secure Communications

Last week three Scientists from the Armenian Academy of Sciences visited the School of Computing and Communications to learn about our expertise and experience in ICT, particularly in the area of secure communications.

Thu 17 July 2014

InfoLab21 Company's key role in delivering the worlds largest annual sporting event

InfoLab21 Company's key role in delivering the worlds largest annual sporting event

A resident company of InfoLab21, Gaist Solutions, provided the software management system that was used to support the organisation, delivery and incident management for the Tour de France, Grande Depart.

Wed 16 July 2014

Using Social Media to Monitor UK Alcohol Consumption

Using Social Media to Monitor UK Alcohol Consumption

Research by a group of Lancaster University academics has shown that social media sites such as twitter can detect drinking patterns in the UK including spotting the variations on national holidays and celebrations.

Mon 14 July 2014