A grass-roots student food growing initiative pioneered at Lancaster University has helped inspire a nationwide network of sustainability projects.
Four Lancaster University graduates have been selected for the prestigious Northern Graduates art exhibition in London.
Research by a group of Lancaster University researchers has shown that social media sites such as twitter can detect drinking patterns in the UK including spotting the variations on national holidays and celebrations.
Lancaster University is working on a major project that will help people to live longer and healthier lives thanks to a £17 million Government funding announcement.
More than 250 sixth formers from across the UK have competed in the second annual Lancaster Writing Awards.
Kendal Museum is to offer schoolchildren the chance to handle ancient Egyptian pottery and statues.
Pioneering work using touchless technology for vascular surgery is now being extended to neurosurgery.
From Everest to Lancaster University’s Bowland Tower, Sir Chris Bonington knows no bounds.
Lancaster University is supporting a Trust’s doctors to develop as leaders and influence improvement in the NHS through a unique bespoke collaborative approach.
Services are failing to address the serious health problems worsened by unemployment in men, hampering their chances of finding and retaining a job. A new report to coincide with Men’s Health Week (9-15 June 2014) fromthe charity Men’s Health Forum and Lancaster University’s Work Foundation outlinesthe problems and offers solutions.