A Lancaster University lecturer has won the Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2014.
While there are positive outcomes for many victims who report hate crimes to the police in Lancashire, many victims of religiously aggravated verbal abuse are unsure about whether they can be dealt with effectively. This one of the key findings from research into religious hate crime in Lancashire presented by Lancaster University Law School criminologist Professor Paul Iganski.
Domestic abuse increases during England World Cup football matches – especially if the team loses.
Leading figures from the business world are to help direct academic thinking at one of the UK’s top business schools.
Innovative technology start-up business Hardy & Ellis Inventions Limited are set to offer organisations in Manchester the latest in cutting-edge interactive technology thanks to a Technology Strategy Board grant worth more than £70,000.
Lancaster University is celebrating after attaining the Small Business Charter Gold Award – one of only three - in recognition of the role it has played in helping to kick-start British enterprise.
Lancaster University is leading a study aimed at reducing self-harm and suicide among young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or questioning.
Lancaster has charged ahead of its Russell Group peers to be ranked 10th in Guardian League table 2015, confirming its place among the world’s elite institutions.
Businesses and organisations have the opportunity to take advantage of some of the country’s leading creative thinkers at a special innovation event this summer.
Combining black and white graphene can change the electronic properties of the one-atom thick material, researchers have found.