Lord Heseltine has given the keynote speech at a business event that showcased Lancaster University’s role in developing regional economic growth across the UK.
A non-governmental organisation (NGO) has taken up residence at Lancaster University to help forge links between academia and the ‘third sector’.
A Lancaster historian has undertaken a definitive study of one of England’s most popular theatrical forms.
The final part of the Hobbit trilogy, The Battle of the Five Armies, opens in cinemas on Friday 12th December – and a Lancaster graduate has played a key role in each of the three instalments.
Sarah Macfarlane, a university Professor and founding member of a global health organisation, has been given an alumni award at the December graduation ceremonies.
Professor Lynn Gladden has been awarded an honorary degree at the December graduation ceremonies.
The Chancellor's Medal is presented annually for exceptional performance at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Writer Glen Duncan has been given an alumni award at the December graduation ceremonies.
Businesses across all sectors are being urged to benefit from dynamic science and technology students.
An innovative project to enable patients to manage their diabetes using technology has won an award.