Lancaster University is part of a multi-institution project, which will capture and inform the past, present and future use of the Welsh language.
From the record players and pirate radio stations of the 1950s through to smart phones and headphones of today, teenagers in Dublin have long created ‘acoustic bubbles’ to escape the city scene.
Two Lancaster economists are among the authors of a report looking at the effects of the Living Wage on care home workers.
The world’s second largest advertiser says Relative Insight is the one to watch for brands, marketers and advertisers.
A Lancaster student has won a national competition for the excellence and commercial potential of his ICT related research.
People use their smartphones for an average of five hours a day – about a third of the time they are awake – and check them about 85 times a day, research suggests.
A Formula 1-loving Lancaster engineering student has invented a radical new suspension design.
A Lancaster Professor, and world-renowned chess player, took on 18 people at a game of chess – simultaneously!
Cancer treatments, educational Minecraft software and space weather monitors are just some of the Lancaster University science and technology research and development projects being backed by a £50,000 innovation fund.
Leading climate change academic, Professor Gail Whiteman, alongside Stephen Rubin, Chair of the Pentland Group, Peter Bakker, the CEO of the World Council for Sustainable Business and Martin Chilcott, CEO of 2degrees, gathered in London to launch The Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business to a corporate audience.