Lancaster University is to work closer with one of the world’s leading computing companies in an arrangement that could lead to new technology innovations.
Technology companies are being given an opportunity to help make the nation’s roads smarter and save the taxpayer millions – thanks to an innovative programme that could help revolutionise highways maintenance.
A complete hospice culture change to ‘truly include’ family carers has been recommended by Lancaster University researchers looking at the future of hospice care over the next decade.
A greater openness to research in hospices, achieved through a range of initiatives including a new research-orientated framework and partnerships, has been recommended by Lancaster University academics examining the future of hospice care in the UK.
The Lancaster China Catalyst Programme aims to revitalise the UK’s position in the global exports markets, create 240 jobs, help 400 domestic businesses and boost the economy by £40m.
Lancaster University researchers working at the coalface of scientific discovery are set to share their knowledge with the public this autumn in a free series of Science and Technology talks in Lancaster.
A Government commissioned independent review of how universities should work with businesses to underpin economic growth has confirmed Lancaster University’s strong focus on SME engagement and collaborative research is the right approach.
The first ever systematic analysis of the histories of organised criminals in the UK has revealed key differences from general offenders.
A North West Consortium, of which Lancaster University is a member, has been awarded £14 million by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to train a new generation of skilled researchers.
A total of 443 students have graduated at a ceremony held in Sunway University, Malaysia on 11 October 2013.