The first ever digital tool to enable people with autism to connect to their social network when they feel stressed has been invented by researchers.
The Physics Department's efforts to increase the representation of women in physics has been recognised by the award of Juno "Champion" status by the Institute of Physics.
Dr Judit Kormos has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship for excellence in higher education teaching and support for learning.
Two hundred and eighty five students have received the Lancaster Award this year at a ceremony attended by friends and family.
Volcanologists at Lancaster University are cooking lava in the lab in a unique set of experiments designed to help understand hazardous volcanic activity.
Ahead of the Government Spending Review, Lancaster University's Big Innovation Centre is calling for a highly targeted programme of investment in science, research and technology as the only viable route to recovery.
Social networking sites should enable couples who split up to erase the evidence of their relationship more easily according to researchers.
Firm foundations built with the Chinese Academy of Sciences in the last year have now taken a major step forward with a commitment to share joint working space.
Chemistry’s return to Lancaster University marks a significant investment by the University.
A new information board, modelled on one at Lancaster University, pointing travellers in the right direction has been officially unveiled at Lancaster Bus Station.