Researchers have identified a gene variant which explains why some patients with Parkinson’s Disease respond well to drug treatment and other do not.
How will we be living in 2051? How do we want to be living?
The secret history of a Watford council estate will be brought to life at the Watford Palace Theatre in July.
Researchers have discovered a handful of ‘bright spots’ among the world’s embattled coral reefs, offering the promise of a radical new approach to conservation.
A local history project is all set to launch an interactive website packed with fascinating true-life stories about the Lancaster and district community during the First World War.
- Women’s expectations now more closely match reality and as a result these more closely match the expectations of men. - Paradox of “contented female worker” has vanished as there is no longer a job satisfaction gap between men and women.
Lancaster University has entered a strategic partnership with Barrow Sixth Form College under a formal academic link that will open up new opportunities for students.
An influential scholar who shaped several fields of sociology will be remembered at a special event to mark his work which will also include the launch of his last book.
Lessons from the field of medicine could help provide clearer answers to questions about chemical safety, according to researchers.
Work exploring social issues from homelessness to digital futures and political issues from animal rights to environmental concerns goes on show next month at Lancaster University.