Three thousand students, 40 activities and 120 fixtures are all lined up for the annual Roses tournament, the traditional battle between Lancaster University and the University of York.
More than 130 people from business and the health sector have visited a special showcase event that demonstrated Lancaster University’s expertise in health and medical science and technology.
A new free “massive” online course explores how we can feed an extra two billion people by 2050.
A Lancaster University professor has contributed to a key report published by The Royal Academy of Engineering into the future of wind energy in the UK.
PhD students at Lancaster University have been sharing their research skills with Sixth Formers from Cumbria.
Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Muldoon is to take up a Distinguished Professorship within the Department of English and Creative Writing from this September.
Academics at Lancaster University are working with regional retailer Booths to try to reduce shoppers’ carbon footprints.
The UK’s youth unemployment crisis continues to leave almost one in five young people unable to find a job according to a report from Lancaster University’s The Work Foundation.
Some of the country’s top young talent have competed in the UK’s leading student business competition at Lancaster University.
A revolutionary new method of encrypting confidential information has been developed by scientists at Lancaster University.