Lancaster University and partners have been awarded £1.3M to lead a break-through robotics and AI project funded through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
Analysis led by Lancaster University researchers suggests that spontaneous humour is used and appreciated by people with cancer and can be a helpful way of dealing with distressing, taboo or embarrassing circumstances.
Research has shown that better communication around assisted dying is needed between clinician and patients diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease.
Many patients are regularly missing GP appointments according to the largest ever analysis of NHS patients who fail to attend.
New research from Lancaster University has identified the ‘invisible infertile’, a group of marginalized people missing from survey data sources because they do not fit neatly into popular notions of who is at risk of infertility.
Married women with children have benefited the most from the UK public smoking ban according to Lancaster University researchers.
Residents and workers in a major Pakistan city are exposed to harmful levels of pesticides, new research reveals.
Researchers at Lancaster University are to work on a new £1.5m project to create a system in which products can ‘talk’ to the factory floor to transform the modern manufacturing process.
Computer scientists are to explore how children can stay safe and retain their privacy as they engage with the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT).
Professor Hedley Emsley was one of the speakers at the official opening of the National Institute for Health Research’s Lancashire Clinical Research Facility.