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Apps and energy

Sending SMS texts and watching TV as a family could help cut internet energy use
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Coffee boss to talk to businesses in Lancaster

Coffee guru Sahar Hashemi will perk up her audience at a masterclass for small business owners.
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Taboo health conditions stall women's workplace productivity

A range of gynaecological and reproductive conditions are holding women back at work
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Process improves production of biodiesel from coffee waste

Process improves production of biodiesel from coffee waste | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
The next time you order a latte from your favourite coffee shop, you could be helping to produce greener biofuels. Purpose-grown crops used to produce biodiesels are expensive, and consume much-needed water and land that could be used to grow food. Spent coffee grounds have a high calorific value and could be used as an […]
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UK wages fall behind inflation for the first time in three years

UK wages fall behind inflation for the first time in three years | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Average weekly earnings excluding bonuses fall 0.2% year-on-year in the three months to March.
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National recognition for Lancaster’s cyber security research ⋆ Business Lancashire

National recognition for Lancaster’s cyber security research ⋆ Business Lancashire | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Business Lancashire provides you with the latest business news from Lancashire. Topics include, business support, latest events around lancashire, finance and thought leadership
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International appointment strengthens Lancaster University's digital health research - Lancashire Business View

International appointment strengthens Lancaster University's digital health research - Lancashire Business View | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Lancaster University is strengthening its digital health research capability with the appointment of a global expert to a newly created role. Professor Sum
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Spinning sail technology is poised to bring back wind-powered ships

Spinning sail technology is poised to bring back wind-powered ships | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Engineers are hoping to iron out a century-old technology that could reduce shipping emissions.
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How Artificial Intelligence and the robotic revolution will change the workplace of tomorrow

How Artificial Intelligence and the robotic revolution will change the workplace of tomorrow | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
What do we need to learn today to work with the robots of tomorrow?
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Geraint Johnes: Will the desire for advice and guidance see a shift back towards paternalism?

Geraint Johnes: Will the desire for advice and guidance see a shift back towards paternalism? | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Will the desire for advice and guidance see a shift back towards paternalism?
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Digital Baton Cheers On Lonely Marathon Runners

It allows marathoners to receive messages during races. When approaching a hill, the digital baton can notify friends to send extra motivation, for example.
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The roads will soon charge your electric car – while you’re driving

The roads will soon charge your electric car – while you’re driving | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
It was Tesla Motors, more than any other company, that triggered the current interest in electric cars. The firm’s namesake, Nikola Tesla, a genius inventor and Thomas Edison’s arch rival, would no doubt be pleased. Yet Tesla would be even more thrilled to realise the next step for electric vehicles involves turning his biggest vision into reality: the wireless transmission of power.
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Lancaster University’s £41m health campus approved

Lancaster University’s £41m health campus approved | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Lancaster City Council has approved plans for a new Health Innovation Campus at Lancaster University.
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Bitcoin non-regulation leaves users vulnerable to theft, fraud

Bitcoin non-regulation leaves users vulnerable to theft, fraud | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
New research points to significant security shortcomings of the popular cryptocurrency
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Collaboration is key to stop cyber crime

Collaboration is key to stop cyber crime | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Could greater 'knowledge sharing' stop another NHS ransomware attack
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Breakthrough sees new technique for turning coffee waste into biofuel

Researchers at Lancaster University have developed a new technique for converting coffee grounds into biofuels, drastically reducing the time and energy needed in the process.
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Bitcoin's irreversible nature puts a question mark on its recoverability - ETtech

Bitcoin's irreversible nature puts a question mark on its recoverability - ETtech | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
The irreversible nature of transactions for bitcoins can lead to bitcoins that are stolen or diverted to another wallet due to hacking, or dishonest t..
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World-leading computing scientist joins Lancaster University - Lancashire Business View

World-leading computing scientist joins Lancaster University - Lancashire Business View | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Vicki Hanson, an American computer scientist whose research interests focus on improving access to technology for older adults and disabled people, will jo
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Lancaster University named national cyber leader

Lancaster University named national cyber leader | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Lancaster University has received received national recognition for its work in the cyber industry.
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Spinning sail technology to bring back wind-powered ships

Spinning sail technology to bring back wind-powered ships | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
DPA Magazine the engineers guide to new products and design ideas
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Spinning sail technology is poised to bring back wind-powered ships

Spinning sail technology is poised to bring back wind-powered ships | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Engineers are hoping to iron out a century-old technology that could reduce shipping emissions.
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Budget earmarks £500m for technical education

Budget earmarks £500m for technical education | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
T-levels aim to rival academic qualifications and boost skills base ahead of Brexit
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Businesses urged to tap into science and technology talent

Businesses urged to tap into science and technology talent | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
Lancaster University is encouraging businesses to take advantage of the wide range of talent on offer in the area.
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Attackers can crack Android devices within five attempts - EPSRC website

Attackers can crack Android devices within five attempts - EPSRC website | Lancaster University business media coverage | Scoop.it
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