Starting today, over 50 artworks from the Ruskin Library at Lancaster University can be viewed online by people around the world due to a new partnership between the Google Cultural Institute and the Ruskin Library.
International efforts to conserve tropical forest species will fail unless they control logging, wildfires and fragmentation in the remaining forests, according to ground-breaking new research published in the world’s leading scientific journal Nature.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union. People will have many questions about what this means for globally-networked universities such as ours, but it is important to remember that changes will not happen overnight.
Artwork depicting the diversity of everyday life and the surreal nature of human expression earned two students top honours.
Mathematical Physicists at Lancaster are involved in a £4.5m project to investigate extreme physical phenomena in laboratories so tiny that their diameters are equivalent to one tenth of the width of a human hair.
Lancaster’s MSc Finance has risen 10 places to be ranked 30th in the world by the Financial Times.
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.