Media portrayals of cancer as a battle to be fought, and its focus on 'brave fighters' beating the odds, can lead to feelings of guilt and failure in people with a terminal diagnosis, according to research.
Researchers studying a caterpillar crop pest have shown that some viruses can be beneficial to their hosts.
Lancaster University Professor wins the American Historical Association’s 2014 George L. Mosse Prize.
Research into ground-breaking, cost effective and faster techniques for decommissioning nuclear plants has earned a Lancaster University professor and his team a national industry award.
Lancaster University is leading two research projects worth a total of £1.5m aimed at improving the detection and diagnosis of dementia.
Lancaster University students and staff will benefit from scholarships and awards worth £115,000, thanks to Santander Universities Global Division
UK technology firms are being urged to take advantage of an innovative support programme designed to break down barriers to establishing business links with China.
A new policy unit says the Government must reassess its strategy to achieve real improvements in health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Anglican clergy are very concerned with maintaining a high level of welfare spending, and see it as a way of protecting the weak and the poor – a left-leaning political stance out of step with most of the general population and most Anglicans.
Researchers who pioneered a new type of biological analysis have published an important new paper in Nature Protocols, opening the door to further advances in their field.