A new information board, modelled on one at Lancaster University, pointing travellers in the right direction has been officially unveiled at Lancaster Bus Station.
Four top northern journalists and communications experts were at Lancaster University to provide students with the real ‘inside story’ of life in the media.
Video games classes could be key to keeping more disengaged youngsters in education and help plug a growing skills gap in the industry, an authoritative academic study has revealed.
A Lancaster University student has turned his hobby into a business with the launch of a fishing reel designed and made in Britain.
Lancaster University is pleased to announce that Roger Liddle has been appointed Pro Chancellor for five years from 1 August 2013.
Members of the public are being asked to use their smart phones to comment on roadworks and flooding in a pilot project to improve feedback to local councils.
Lancaster is one of four UK universities selected to take part in an ‘industry first’ sponsorship initiative encouraging students to take up Masters-level cyber security degrees.
A new report published this week (7 June) by Lancaster’s Big Innovation Centre warns that innovative small firms – those most crucial to jobs and growth – are finding it significantly more difficult than their peers to secure the funding they need to grow.
A former Lancaster University student, who designed a new mobile phone application to help travellers, has been featured in the National Geographic Traveller magazine.
Professor Mark E. Smith, Vice-Chancellor of Lancaster University, will chair new panel which will report on the future content of key A level subjects.