A postgraduate student who won a national prize for his work on child malnutrition in Ghana aims to present his recommendations to its Parliament.
Andrew McMillan has been named the winner of the 2015 Guardian First Book Award for his poetry collection, physical.
Farmers are being urged to share their perspectives on bioenergy crops as part of a new study.
Researchers from Lancaster University are attending the 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21) currently taking place in Paris.
Lancaster University has appointed renowned French graphic novelist and critic Benoît Peeters as its Visiting Professor in Graphic Fiction and Comic Art, the first such appointment in the UK. The news was announced by Professor Simon Guy on Wednesday 25 November.
A thriving and illegal trade in Southeast Asia’s threatened and rare orchids is going largely unnoticed in Thailand and across its borders, according to a new report.
Computer scientists at Lancaster have created technology that promises to revolutionise product design.
Lancaster University’s world-renowned language pioneers, spanning four generations of researchers, are to receive The Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
Government should focus resources on supporting young people in to mainstream employment rather than encouraging self-employment, a new report recommends.
A North West engineering company has enjoyed its best ever year and has singled out Lancaster University’s support in helping the business to grow.