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.
Design inspired by nature is an alternative to unsustainable models of economic growth according to a Lancaster academic.
Physicists are using equations to reveal the hidden complexities of the human body.
Cybercrime, youth justice, sentencing, civil liberties, gender and sexualities come under the microscope at the launch of a new centre at Lancaster University.
An official ‘topping out’ ceremony at Lancaster University’s new engineering building on Tuesday prompted a real trip down memory lane for the chairman of Eric Wright Group.
Businesses have the opportunity to tap into the resources of the UK’s top physics department.
Two eminent Lancaster academics - an international expert on stress and the workplace and the Head of the Medical School – have received awards in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
A Lancaster University lecturer has won the Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2014.
While there are positive outcomes for many victims who report hate crimes to the police in Lancashire, many victims of religiously aggravated verbal abuse are unsure about whether they can be dealt with effectively. This one of the key findings from research into religious hate crime in Lancashire presented by Lancaster University Law School criminologist Professor Paul Iganski.
Domestic abuse increases during England World Cup football matches – especially if the team loses.