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Lancaster launches programme tailored to support family businesses
Lancaster University Management School is preparing to launch a new programme tailored to help support the family business sector.
Professionalisation will get to the heart of the home care issue
Lancaster’s new HELPcare project hopes to find the right model of continuing professional development and training for care workers across the EU, writes Carolyn Downs in Community Care.View on the Community Care website
LUMS plays host to battle of top young business brains
Some of the UK’s best young business brains visited LUMS this month to take part in a prestigious competition.
MSc in Logistics gets industry accreditation
Lancaster’s MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management has received full accreditation from The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT).
LUMS experts lead new drive to unlock airport capacity and tackle congestion
A major £2.8 million project led by researchers from LUMS is to find ways to address the UK's airport congestion – without relying solely on new airport building and expansion.
What you need to know about the deficit ahead of the Budget
As Chancellor George Osborne prepares to deliver his pre-election budget, Geraint Johnes says that the key issue remains the deficit.
Lancaster MBA graduate working to free the world of chemical weapons
Christophe Israng, who graduated from LUMS in 1995, discusses his work as a diplomat at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
Former Government communications chief gives talk at Lancaster University
Former Government communications chief Alastair Campbell talked about mental health and themes from his new book on ‘Winners’ during a visit to Lancaster University.