A Lancaster University student received Royal approval from HRH The Duke of York for his martial arts business enterprise Kaizen Academy.
The loss of plant and animal species around the world due to human activities could have been significantly underestimated due to a commonly used scientific method, according to a new study.
Ambitious Cumbrian businesses are encouraged to seize a competitive edge by joining a specially designed programme launching this Summer.
Researchers studying three of the world’s great rivers have found evidence of a legacy that could affect our planet for generations.
There’s nothing more British than a pub. In a brand new adventure, The Hairy Bikers, Si King and Dave Myers, take to the road to pull up a bar stool, enjoy a pint and explore the hundreds of years of extraordinary history and tradition of these charismatic watering holes and their surroundings.
Biomedicine students are being encouraged to experiment with ideas through drawing with bacteria as part of a lab competition.
Leading food entrepreneur, broadcaster, and heritage champion Loyd Grossman will explain the value of heritage as an asset to businesses and the economy.
A software tool capable of both collecting and then cutting through millions of online messages to identify radicalising groups, trolls, and cyberbullies has been created by a UK trolling expert and her team at Lancaster University.
Lancaster University is to receive over £100,000 to help tackle the Zika virus which may cause microcephaly in unborn babies.
The genomes of two distinct strains of the virus that causes the common lip cold sore, herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), have been identified within the same person -- an achievement that could be useful to forensic scientists for tracing a person's history.