The global market for eco-industries has been estimated at roughly €1.15 trillion.
This week around 230 pupils from 8 schools in the North West got a taste of what it’s like studying STEM subjects at Lancaster University.
A Lancaster researcher has contributed to a review by the World Health Organisation, which has concluded that a once-common insecticide is carcinogenic.
Scientists at Lancaster University’s Physics Department are ready to help businesses develop new products and services.
Researchers at three top UK universities are developing new ways to simultaneously power and communicate with robots and other digitally connected devices – commonly known as the Internet of Things.
Research undertaken by Lancaster University’s The Work Foundation has informed guidelines from England’s health watchdog.
One of the world’s biggest companies has recognised Relative Insight as a top 50 global tech marketing start-up.
Lancaster poet Professor Paul Farley will appear onstage alongside the musician Beck at the Barbican this weekend.
Scientists have been awarded £1.6m to investigate how we can ensure that our soil is resilient to environmental change.
One of North West England’s most successful businessmen is to give a masterclass to an audience of family businesses.