Were you at a rally in Manchester on 20 February 1988 to fight for LGBT rights against Section 28? Or maybe you attended the political demonstration on 8 March 2003 to object to the Iraq War? More recently, you may have taken part in the protest on 31 January 2017 to oppose Donald Trump’s immigration executive order?
People who use fake profiles online could be more easily identified, thanks to a new tool developed by computer scientists.
Psychologists have discovered that people’s language changes when they lie depending on their cultural background.
‘53 More Things to do in Zero Gravity’ is the quirky title of this year’s Lancaster University Fine Art students’ degree show which opens later this month.
This July sees the first-ever Lancaster Words festival, an exciting three-day exploration of all things literary through a vibrant mix of readings, interviews, lectures, discussions, workshops, art exhibition, book-making and even film-making.
Santander Universities has renewed its funding agreement with Lancaster University, giving a philanthropic boost to the University worth more than £300,000 over three years.
A new Perception and Learning Laboratory geared to exploring just how the human brain handles language will put Lancaster University alongside leaders in the field.
As the United Nations Oceans Conference convenes in New York, a new paper calls on marine scientists to focus on social issues such as human rights violations in the international seafood industry.
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and Lancaster University are pleased to announce the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to address the biggest problems in global sustainability.
A new £4.1 million business support project will help Cumbria businesses grow by accelerating the research and development of new products and services.