A team of Lancaster University professionals working to turn research into benefits for business and the economy has been shortlisted for a special award.
A revolutionary partnership designed to encourage eco-friendly lifestyles has won Lancaster University Students’ Union a prestigious national award.
Lancaster University computer scientists are at the forefront of a UK-wide BBC initiative launched today to inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, programming and digital technology.
A pioneering project to support English language teaching working with members of the deaf community in India has got underway.
The project will enable churches in Hawkshead and Hackney to share their prayers with each other, using digital technology.
Lancaster is ranked 4th in the UK for total employability, outperforming all other research intensive universities in the latest figures released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency.
The global market for eco-industries has been estimated at roughly €1.15 trillion.
This week around 230 pupils from 8 schools in the North West got a taste of what it’s like studying STEM subjects at Lancaster University.
A Lancaster researcher has contributed to a review by the World Health Organisation, which has concluded that a once-common insecticide is carcinogenic.
Scientists at Lancaster University’s Physics Department are ready to help businesses develop new products and services.