From torture and labour rights violations to restrictions on academic freedom, allegations of human rights violations have proved a challenge to efforts in the transnational provision of education.
The Violence & Society UNESCO Centre launches at Lancaster University this month with a Public Lecture on trafficking in human beings.
The development of quantum technology is to be the focus of a new £2.7m UK Centre for Superconducting and Hybrid Quantum Systems (UK-CSQS).
Engineers are to develop new imaging technology that could provide more accurate cancer treatments.
Lancaster University students have helped to uncover the secrets of a collection of rarely seen Chinese artefacts and figurines to create the ‘China Uncovered’ exhibition.
A Lancaster University statistician is working on an international project to develop forensics techniques to help inform criminal courts.
Lancaster University’s world-renowned language pioneers, spanning four generations of researchers, received The Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education this week.
Physicists have discovered a new elementary particle – the latest member to be added to the exotic species known as tetraquarks.
Campus in the City, an initiative which brings cutting-edge University research to the residents of Lancaster, Morecambe and District, is back for the third time by popular demand.
A new report produced by Lancaster University’s Work Foundation, and commissioned by Citrix, has revealed the UK is on the verge of a flexible working ‘tipping point’ – when working away from the office becomes more common than working solely from a desk, 9am-5pm.