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CREST Security Review highlights the best research from around the world

CREST Security Review highlights the best research from around the world

Just why are people so trusting online? How will our smart watches know us better then we know ouselves? And exactly what are the latest techniques for detecting deception?

Tue 13 September 2016

Lancaster Human Computer Interaction technology showcased

Lancaster Human Computer Interaction technology showcased

Shape-shifting display technology developed at Lancaster University will be showcased at a special event this month.

Tue 13 September 2016

Personalised wearable tech can help adults diagnosed with autism manage anxiety

Personalised wearable tech can help adults diagnosed with autism manage anxiety

Personalised wearable digital technology can help adults diagnosed with autism understand and manage their anxiety.

Tue 13 September 2016

Designing better ways to let go of digital memories than ‘delete’

Designing better ways to let go of digital memories than ‘delete’

Researchers are looking at better ways of helping grieving people let go of emotionally-charged digital content after the death of loved ones or the break-up of relationships.

Wed 31 August 2016

University and Council install free Wi-Fi hotspots and launch app for residents and visitors

University and Council install free Wi-Fi hotspots and launch app for residents and visitors

A new mobile app and free Wi-Fi access hotspots are making it easier than ever before to get the information you want about the Lancaster district on the move and at your fingertips.

Tue 30 August 2016

World should consider limits to future internet expansion to control energy consumption

World should consider limits to future internet expansion to control energy consumption

The world should consider ways to limit data growth on the internet to prevent run-away energy consumption and help limit carbon emissions, say leading computer scientists.

Tue 30 August 2016

Ruskin Library brings masterpieces online with the Google Cultural Institute

Ruskin Library brings masterpieces online with the Google Cultural Institute

Starting today, over 50 artworks from the Ruskin Library at Lancaster University can be viewed online by people around the world due to a new partnership between the Google Cultural Institute and the Ruskin Library.

Tue 05 July 2016

Data mining of Twitter posts can help identify when people become sympathetic to groups like ISIS

Data mining of Twitter posts can help identify when people become sympathetic to groups like ISIS

Researchers have shown that data mining techniques can be used to understand when Twitter users start displaying supportive behaviour to radical terror groups such as ISIS.

Fri 10 June 2016

First awards announced by UK’s Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats

First awards announced by UK’s Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats

Ten projects to address some of the security threats facing the UK have been announced by the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST), which is led by Lancaster University.

Fri 10 June 2016

Human-Computer Interaction technology in The Economist

Human-Computer Interaction technology in The Economist

Technology developed by researchers in Lancaster University’s School of Computing and Communications has been highlighted by The Economist.

Fri 10 June 2016

Psychology of strategic deception revealed by online poker

Psychology of strategic deception revealed by online poker

Online poker offers new insights into the mind-set of scheming Machiavellians, researchers have found.

Fri 10 June 2016

Shape-shifting modular interactive device unveiled

Shape-shifting modular interactive device unveiled

Lancaster researchers have helped develop a prototype for an interactive mobile device, called Cubimorph, which can change shape on-demand.

Fri 10 June 2016