JHI Autumn Lecture: The Moon as an archive of collision processes in the Solar System: New Views from Apollo samples and lunar meteorites 

Prof Katherine Joy, University of Manchester  Tuesday 4 October, 6.30pm | Darwin Lecture Theatre  University of Central Lancashire | Free entry  Abstract: The Moon is an archive of impact cratering in the Solar System throughout the past 4.5 billion years. The lunar impact record itself is controversial with several different Read More …

UCLan scientists take their research to Parliament

Two astrophysicists from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) have showcased their research to politicians in Parliament. PhD students Daniel Gass and Daniel Johnson took part in the national STEM for Britain event, which is run by the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee in collaboration with a number of distinguished scientific, learned and professional Read More …