A project revealing the social and emotional impact of flooding and an entrepreneurship unit providing business development programmes for SMEs earned Lancaster University recognition in a top research council award.
Scientists at Lancaster, Virginia and Oxford universities have produced a web-based tool that allows anyone living in the UK to see their own ‘nitrogen footprint’.
The university is shocked and saddened following the death of 22-year-old student Ryan Rostron on May 12 when his car hit a tree on Garstang Road near St Michael’s.
The University’s Travel Plan has been so successful that targets set for 2015 for bus use, car sharing and sole occupancy car use have already been achieved.
Marketing is ranked first in the UK in the Complete University Guide 2014 and 12 other subjects are ranked in the top ten.
University-based ‘Security Lancaster’ is to be part of a bid to increase UK-India cyber security research collaborations tackling key issues demanding global cooperation.
A digital jukebox which uses social networking to select music has been developed by researchers at Lancaster University.
Professor Peter Checkland and Ian Miller MBE have been awarded Honorary Fellowships in recognition of their distinguished service.
A Lancaster-based business, whose chief executive is a professor at the university’s School of Computing and Communications, is to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
MP Eric Ollerenshaw visited Lancaster University with members of the city’s business community to find out how the higher education institution is supporting regional firms.