• Remains found at Norton Priory: image courtesy of Norton Priory Trust.

    History postgraduates to help develop museum

    Two PhD graduates in Medieval History are to work with the Norton Priory Trust in Cheshire to research the past lives of people whose remains were excavated on the site.

  • Professor David Brown and Dr Huang Qihai receive the award

    Lancaster wins China Education Links Award

    Lancaster University has been named as the winner of the China Education Links Award.

  • Greg Tomaszewicz

    Funding puts film company in focus

    A former Lancaster University student has realised a dream of starting his own film production company.

  • Career Academy

    Come fly with us - student entrepreneurs of the future

    Sixth form students from across the North will have the opportunity to design their own airline at a Lancaster University Entrepreneurship Conference in March.

  • Eco-innovation Centre

    Eco-innovation businesses invited to attend pioneering project launch

    Ambitious North West SMEs keen to drive forward eco-innovative ideas and products are invited to a major event in Manchester on March 4.

  • Chief Executive of Health Education England Professor Ian Cumming opening the Furness Building

    Official opening of Furness Building

    The opening of a £7.5 million, newly-refurbished Lancaster University building will further develop and improve health care services for the local community.

  • Dr Tomislav Stankovski and PhD student Philip Clemson in the Physics Department.

    Researchers to present at the House of Commons

    Two researchers from Lancaster University have been chosen to present their work at the House of Commons as part of an annual event showcasing the work of the UK’s best early career scientists, engineers and technologists.

  • Coffeemat Challenge Champion Seb Cooper and his iPad prize.

    Seb's website sets the social scene

    The concept of a new university website, complete with mobile application, to capture the campus social scene at a glance, earned an enterprising student an iPad.

  • Professor Linda Woodhead

    New Westminster Faith Debates

    A new series of the Westminster Faith Debates which will examine religion and personal life will start on 13 February. The debates will address how faith, in its diversity, contributes to our understanding of a good life and a good death. Topics will include abortion, sex, the family and assisted dying. Each debate brings together a range of religious and secular voices to discuss controversial issues, informed by recent research and new findings from a specially commissioned YouGov survey.

  • GDGWI-Lancaster University degrees

    Lancaster celebrates graduation success in India

    178 students have graduated with Lancaster University degrees in India.