What do we want from our cities in years to come? How should we plan our new urban landscapes?
Lancaster University has been ranked in the top 50 of the world’s most international universities by Times Higher Education (THE).
A Lancaster University initiative has helped to shape the English syllabus of four North West schools.
A new smart phone app created by two Lancaster University students enables discounts and offers to be sent directly to students walking close to businesses on campus.
Research has uncovered alarming evidence of an underreported wild-meat crisis in the heart of Amazonia.
A team from Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) has excelled at a leading international business competition.
The number of students applying to study at Lancaster University has soared this year, with numbers well above the national average.
Professor Paul Farley is featured in Picture the Poet, an exhibition of photographic portraits of living British poets.
In the latest Financial Times World MBA Ranking, the Lancaster MBA is ranked No.1 in the world for the teaching of corporate strategy.
Updates on the best opportunities to spot the Northern Lights in the UK are now available on a mobile phone app developed in association with scientists at Lancaster University.