Britain is still a nation of polite people and fears that texts, tweets and Facebook are making people ruder is a myth, according to research from Lancaster University.
Lancaster has been ranked within the top ten for inner city vibrancy by a new report, which measures the effects of a young, affluent resident population on cities.
A new study has found that higher levels of racism in white Americans is associated with having a gun in the home and greater opposition to gun control policies.
Over 90 alumni, ex staff, current staff and new students came together on October 18 to celebrate the re-opening of the Chemistry Department at Lancaster University.
A new fitness company set up by a Lancaster University graduate aims to give people the feel-good factor with a combination of exercise and performance arts techniques.
A delegation of Lancashire small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) has visited Silicon Valley this month as part of an innovative new growth programme co-designed by Lancaster University Management School and Winning Pitch.
Professor Barbara Maher from the Lancaster Environment Centre has appeared on in the BBC 2 programme Trust Me I'm a Doctor.
Lancaster University’s efforts to open up higher education to all were praised by alumnus and former Government Minister Alan Milburn when he returned to campus to deliver a Public Lecture on Social Mobility.
Lancaster University is to work closer with one of the world’s leading computing companies in an arrangement that could lead to new technology innovations.
Technology companies are being given an opportunity to help make the nation’s roads smarter and save the taxpayer millions – thanks to an innovative programme that could help revolutionise highways maintenance.