Rapidly increasing demands for food, fibre and fuel, together with the advent of new technologies, are driving revolutionary land use changes throughout the world.
Debates designed to raise the profile of medical ethics drew an audience of more than 70 people from the Lancaster community.
A new drug to prevent the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease could enter clinical trials in a few years’ time according to scientists.
Lancaster University will be working with Queen Elizabeth School in Kirkby Lonsdale to engage young people in research and to raise their aspirations for further study.
A Lancaster University lecturer’s recently published book provides a fascinating insight into the Mormon culture set against a chilling but humorous backdrop.
An article on ‘Improving the Quality of Working Life’ earned Professor Cary Cooper CBE the Chartered Institute of Management’s ‘Management Article of the Year’ Award.
Sixty years ago, on 31 January and 1 February 1953, over 300 people died in flooding on the East Coast of England. Recent research has found that the Cabinet partly funded the response to avoid blame and further requests for funding.
The European Commission has chosen Graphene as one of Europe’s first 10-year, 1,000 million euro Future Emerging Technologies flagships. The mission of this Flagship is to take graphene and related layered materials from academic laboratories to society, revolutionize multiple industries and create economic growth and new jobs in Europe.
A tool which could radically improve the diagnosis of language delays in infants in the UK is being developed by psychologists.
Care homes and NHS healthcare services must work more closely together to improve levels of care for older people, according to researchers.