Lancashire technology company DemoPad has launched an advanced energy-saving hardware system at an electronics fair in Hong Kong – thanks to an investment by the Centre for Global Eco-Innovation.
The retired Senior Vice President of Rolls Royce Roy Quipp was among several engineering alumni to attend a reunion at Lancaster University 40 years after graduation.
Scientists have made the first ever observations of how a rare type of lava continues moving almost a year after a volcanic eruption.
Lancaster University is leading a £4.9M initiative to train a new generation of environmental scientists equipped to tackle the challenges of a planet under pressure.
A major new study will explore the impact of the changes that humans are making to the ecosystems of tropical forests.
Britain is still a nation of polite people and fears that texts, tweets and Facebook are making people ruder is a myth, according to research from Lancaster University.
Lancaster has been ranked within the top ten for inner city vibrancy by a new report, which measures the effects of a young, affluent resident population on cities.
A new study has found that higher levels of racism in white Americans is associated with having a gun in the home and greater opposition to gun control policies.
Over 90 alumni, ex staff, current staff and new students came together on October 18 to celebrate the re-opening of the Chemistry Department at Lancaster University.
A new fitness company set up by a Lancaster University graduate aims to give people the feel-good factor with a combination of exercise and performance arts techniques.