Lancaster University’s new Engineering Building is the winner of a British Construction Industry award.
The project, which is a result of listening and involving students and users in the design, offers a light, airy and spacious academic study environment.
Engineers have drawn inspiration from the eyes of cats to create a new camera that can see radiation coming from nuclear reactors – boosting safety, efficiency and helping during nuclear disaster emergencies.
The head of Britain’s biggest bakery brand, Warburtons, is set to share the key reasons behind the company’s success.
Professor Ugo Bardi, of the Club of Rome, and author of Extracted: How the Quest for Mineral Wealth is Plundering the Planet, will be giving a public lecture next week.
More than a third of UK escorts advertising on a prominent website identify as male or trans, with more than two-thirds advertising to women, according to new research that paints a surprising picture of the UK sex industry.
Four North West businesses have received research and development funding from a Chinese government body.
A Lancaster researcher has been a key advisor on the new Quality of Death Index, published today by the business information arm of the Economist magazine.
Professor Stephen Bevan and Professor Michael West have been voted in the top 20 of HR Magazine’s ‘Most Influential Thinker 2015’ list.
The number of trees on the planet is around 3.04 trillion – a much larger number than previously thought, according to researchers publishing in Nature.