Universities are all about wonder and fun, says the distinguished geographer leading Science and Technology at Lancaster
A record 85% of Lancaster Environment Centre undergraduates achieved a higher grade degree this year.
A school drop out, whose desire to study was rekindled by climbing Latin American volcanoes, is now a top performing student with a bright future in research
Doing a Lancaster degree offered a prizewinning student the opportunity to study earthquakes and to experience them first hand
Computer games, DNA research, and other hands-on activities are being used to encourage school students from disadvantaged backgrounds to apply to university
University life has been a shared experience for twin sisters Charis and Flora Hackett.
The Envision consortium of top UK environmental research & training institutions hosted business leaders and scientists to explore opportunities for “green growth” collaboration
Global task force calls for research into how everyday chemicals in our environment may cause cancer.
A volcanologist, who spent some of his formative years at Lancaster University, has won the 2015 Vetlesen Prize, considered the ‘Nobel Prize’ for earth sciences
Official opening of new teaching labs, providing high spec facilities and a focal point for students