Dr Michelle Stanton from Lancaster Medical School and Dr Christopher Jones from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine describe how they are using drones to target malaria in Malawi.
Lancaster student Chiedozie Nwafor has been named as one of the top ten Black Students in the UK in the Rare Rising Stars Awards.
An app mapping the extent of malaria in Africa has been developed by statisticians at Lancaster University who have trained health officials in eight countries.
Essential health and social care education and training is to be delivered from Blackpool Council’s Bickerstaffe House headquarters, following the formation of a strategic alliance between Blackpool Council, Blackpool and The Fylde College and Lancaster University earlier this year.
The abolition of charges for leisure activities “substantially increased” participation among more deprived groups say researchers. Physical inactivity is estimated to cost the NHS £455 million a year through increased illnesses like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke and some cancers.
A medical researcher is appealing for 20,000 members of the public to take part in an online citizen science project about human anatomy.
Professor Peter Diggle has been appointed by Health Data Research UK as Director of Training.
A man who thought his life was over when he was diagnosed with dementia in his fifties is to open the latest café to support others in the same situation.
Taking a photo each day and posting it online has complex benefits say researchers who say it supports improved wellbeing.
Staff teaching on this Sports and Exercise Science degree are involved in ongoing research into obesity.