For the first time, scientists have improved how a crop uses water by 25 percent without compromising yield by altering the expression of one gene found in all plants.
A novel use of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is being pioneered by Lancaster physicists working with technology firm Kratos Analytical.
People in deprived groups suffer most from the health impact of air pollution, says Lancaster professor leading on inequalities theme in Chief Medical Officer’s report
A brand new web-based digital and virtual reality tour of Lancaster Castle has been launched by the Duchy of Lancaster working in partnership with the IT development team at Lancaster University.
A fascinating journey from 19th century quackery to 21st century surgery will await visitors at one of Lancaster University’s Campus in the City events on Thursday.
By challenging, inspiring and informing, Lancaster University’s ‘Campus in the City’ initiative offers opportunities for the local community to get involved with research projects which help shape the world around us.
Placing women with learning disabilities in ‘seclusion’ to control their behaviour while they are incarcerated in secure inpatient units, is counter-therapeutic says new research from Lancaster University.
Scientists have taken a step forward in their efforts to tackle serious crop threats.
Physicists have devised a new method of investigating brain function, opening a new frontier in the diagnoses of neurodegenerative and ageing related diseases.
Paul Muldoon, Lancaster University's Distinguished Visiting Professor of Poetry, is to receive The Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry for 2017.