Industrial sites and highways could become cleaner in the future thanks to shark-shaped samplers that hunt ‘fugitive’ air pollutants.
School children and Lancaster University Scientists are set to take part in a nationwide tree planting to celebrate World Soils Day and mark the launch of the International Year of Soils 2015.
Lancaster University is launching an online course on the Ebola virus in response to the largest ever outbreak of the disease.
Lancaster University is working with researchers across the UK and India to provide improved crops for the future.
More public health interventions, along the lines of the smoking ban, are needed to tackle Britain's devastating toll of ‘lifestyle’ diseases according to research.
Three recent Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) graduates have secured permanent posts at renowned global advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi.
Lancaster University is a major partner in a new £1.4m national Centre to reduce the impact of musculoskeletal disorders on employment.
Pesticide residues in foods grown undercover - such as lettuce and strawberries – are higher than in those grown in open fields, new research has shown.
A Students’ Union initiative has been recognised as ‘Outstanding’ by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).
A Lancaster University scientist has helped discover the oldest water yet found on Earth, important for understanding life on Earth and Mars.