Why do most people today feel either unwilling or unable to travel by foot or bike? This is the key question which Lancaster University Emeritus Professor Colin Pooley aims to answer in his ground-breaking new book ‘Promoting Walking and Cycling’.
Researchers at Lancaster University are an integral part of a regional consortia awarded £9 million, part of a £124 million programme, to tackle some of the nation’s pressing health problems.
Different moorland plants, particularly heather and cotton grass, can strongly influence climate warming effects on greenhouse gas emissions, researchers from Lancaster University, The University of Manchester and the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology have discovered.
Thirty of the UK's most talented young mathematicians came to Lancaster University for a four-day residential summer school.
Students at Lancaster University are among the most satisfied in the UK according to the 2013 National Student Survey.
Research by scientists at The Universities of Lancaster and Manchester shows maintaining healthy soil biodiversity can play an important role in optimising land management programmes to reap benefits from the living soil.
An expert in food security at Lancaster University is helping food growers and researchers to exchange information through a new website launched by retailing giant Waitrose.
For the second year running Lancaster University’s campus has been awarded the Green Flag, a national accreditation for high quality green spaces.
Professor Garik Markarian from the School of Computing and Communications has been to Buckingham Palace for a reception with Her Majesty the Queen.
Lancaster University’s ground-breaking specialist research centre has been at the forefront of action to improve services nationally for people who live with bipolar disorder.