• Keeping it in the family for medical trio

    Keeping it in the family for medical trio

    Three brothers all studying to be doctors at Lancaster Medical School have been describing what it’s like to all be students at the same university.

  • A 2D material: part of the atomic structure of gallium sulphide

    Development of novel 2D materials boosted by High Performance Computing Centre

    A Lancaster physicist working on novel 2D materials says a new £3.25m High Performance Computing Centre is an important tool in their development.

  • Jennifer Sheridan

    Award for female CEO of technology firm

    A Lancaster University alumna who founded her own firm has been awarded the title of Entrepreneur of the Year at the FDM everywoman in Technology awards.

  • Eduardo Velloso in his new motion capture suit

    New kit pumps up 3-D feedback

    A brand new computer system which provides 3-D feedback on weightlifting performance will now be taken to another level by a Lancaster University scientist.

  • Rauðfossafjöll

    Increased risk from Icelandic volcanoes

    New research by Lancaster University and The Open University has discovered another type of Icelandic volcanic eruption that could cause disruption. Published in Geology (February 2013), the team found magma that is twice as 'fizzy' as previously believed, which increases the likelihood of disruptive ash clouds from future eruptions.

  • Lancaster University Management School

    LUMS maintains prestigious AACSB accreditation

    Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Founded in 1916, AACSB International is the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting.

  • Professor Chris Hatton

    BEAT-ing depression in adults with a learning disability

    ​Lancaster University is among three universities to have won over £1.2m from the National Institute for Health Research to test the effectiveness of a new treatment for depression for people with a learning disability.

  • One of the coffee bags with the QR tag

    Heritage coffee business embraces digital innovation

    ​Tens of thousands of coffee bags at a Lancaster business now carry digital tags so customers can scan the packaging and learn the story behind the product.

  • Nadia Mazza

    The lady with the lamp lights up maths and stats

    ​Florence Nightingale, best remembered for her work as a nurse during the Crimean War, will help shed new light on mathematics and statistics.

  • The Sunway Scholars at the Lancaster Environment Centre's Hydrology Day.

    High fliers land at Lancaster University

    Top students from one of Lancaster University’s academic partners- Sunway University in Malaysia – have been visiting the Lancaster campus.