Scientists launch global agenda to curb social and human rights abuses in the international seafood sector
Commonwealth Professional Fellows plan to establish university business research partnerships in their home countries after studying Lancaster University’s successful model
Porridge and bananas help a Lancaster scientist complete the gruelling Bob Graham Round - running 66 miles, up 42 Lakeland peaks within 24 hours
An ice cream party marks the 10th birthday of a building that has been home to a pioneering business development programme
Caterpillars living near the equator are eight times more likely to be eaten by predators than those living closer to the poles, according to new research.
Lancaster University is ranked 5th in the UK for Geography and Environmental Studies for the third year running by the Guardian University Guide 2018
Commonwealth fellows study Lancaster University’s successful model of university-business partnerships to help find solutions to Africa’s environmental challenges
Lancaster’s Professor Keith Beven becomes one of the first hydrologists to be made a Fellow of the Royal Society, one of science’s greatest honours
Extensive natural flood management such as tree planting could reduce flooding even in extreme events like Storm Desmond, according to a new modelling study.
Scientists and Waitrose suppliers are coming together to share best practice to help create a sustainable global supply chain in fruit and veg