A film with no editors or directors is the idea behind Lifemirror which opens up a new kind of film making to anyone with a mobile phone.
A prestigious lifetime achievement award is testament to the teams who have, over 50 years, placed and retained Lancaster University firmly on the map for Operational Research.
Collaborative research between Lancaster University and telecoms giant BT has resulted in a mathematical solution to a telecommunications problem which could lead to benefits such as improved access to rural broadband, free wi-fi hotspots and improved road safety information.
One of the world’s leading brand management companies has joined forces with Lancaster University to create a research centre of excellence.
A grandfather who served in World War Two has graduated from Lancaster University a month after his 90th birthday.
The Chancellor’s Medal is presented annually to the most meritorious students.
A recognised world leader in the use of solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to study structure and function in inorganic materials has been awarded an honorary degree.
One of the world’s most powerful women and a renowned Kenyan politician have both returned to Lancaster University to receive Alumni awards.
Lancaster researchers will join a team of European experts which will investigate the role of the neighbourhood in the everyday lives of people with dementia and their families in a new research project announced during the G8 dementia summit today (11 December).
A Lancaster University Professor will head up a research team examining if giving people greater control over their lives and community can positively affect their health and wellbeing.