Former Home Secretary Charles Clarke has welcomed the opening of a Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Sciences (CASS) at Lancaster University, where he is a Visiting Professor.
The 21st century descendant of a medieval monk has come face to face with his ancestor thanks to researchers from Lancaster University.
Bryce Malton and Claire Hilton are both celebrating first class degrees on graduating from Lancaster University where they both met.
Existing criminal offences which feature the use of computers could be treated in the same way as offences involving driving suggest researchers.
The Chancellor’s Medal is presented annually to the most meritorious students. The Medal marks the long service of the former Chancellor HRH Princess Alexandra and was presented by the current Chancellor Sir Chris Bonington at the July graduation ceremonies.
An international experiment investigating one of the biggest mysteries in fundamental physics – why the amount of matter greatly exceeds the amount of antimatter in the Universe - has made a leap forward.
Human rights advocate Gary Foxcroft has been given an Alumni Award at the graduation ceremonies for his work in trying to save child “witches” in Nigeria.
A Lancaster graduate who produced the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic opening and closing ceremonies has been given an Alumni Award.
Senior solicitor and Lancaster graduate Andrew Leaitherland has been given an Alumni Award at the graduation ceremonies.
English language scholar David Crystal and Michelin starred chef Simon Rogan are among six high achievers to have been awarded honorary degrees at the graduation ceremonies in July. The other four include Professors Alexander Andreev, Dame Sally Macintyre, Maurice Moloney and Helga Nowotny.