Two researchers from Lancaster University have been chosen to present their work at the House of Commons as part of an annual event showcasing the work of the UK’s best early career scientists, engineers and technologists.
The concept of a new university website, complete with mobile application, to capture the campus social scene at a glance, earned an enterprising student an iPad.
A new series of the Westminster Faith Debates which will examine religion and personal life will start on 13 February. The debates will address how faith, in its diversity, contributes to our understanding of a good life and a good death. Topics will include abortion, sex, the family and assisted dying. Each debate brings together a range of religious and secular voices to discuss controversial issues, informed by recent research and new findings from a specially commissioned YouGov survey.
178 students have graduated with Lancaster University degrees in India.
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.