A way to improve detection rates in police interviews has been discovered by researchers following a mock terrorism scenario where suspects plotted to blow up a building.
New research shows girls with learning and physical disabilities are more likely to suffer period problems compared to the general population. And there is no ‘one-size fits all’ solution when managing the symptoms, says a new review published this month in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG).
Lancaster University has been ranked 10th in the UK in a survey of the best student experience, ranked by students.
Scientists at the Lancaster Environment Centre have shown that a grass hybrid species can help reduce the impact of flooding.
Financial disadvantage does not necessarily lead to pupils’ exclusion from American-style high school proms, according research carried out by the Universities of Bath, Lancaster and Stirling.
A film made by a Lancaster physicist in the Arctic circle is among four chosen for a British Universities Film and Video Council award.
Experienced clubbers are more likely to add the former ‘legal high’ mephedrone to their drug repertoires rather than use it to replace popular established club drugs such as ecstasy and cocaine, according to new research by Lancaster University, Durham University and Guy’s and St Thomas Hospitals, London.
The Burning Question is…a bold new book, written by an honorary research fellow at Lancaster University, which seeks to challenge the world’s attitude to burning fuel.
The first ever study of the lives of Church of England clergy has revealed the personal costs of committing yourself to God.
A Lancaster University research project to effectively ‘toughen up’ wheat crops has just been awarded a $1 million grant.The money will enable Professor Bill Davies and Drs Sally Wilkinson and Ian Dodd at Lancaster Environment Centre to focus on increasing wheat crop yields, making the plants more resilient to stress and enabling them to cope with climate change.