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.
A revolutionary medical technique using sound waves to identify osteoarthritis in the knee has been developed by researchers.
A team of engineering students from Lancaster University has won the first ever National Undergraduate Design Challenge.
The London congestion charge has led to a 40% reduction in traffic accidents - despite increases in traffic speed - according to economists at Lancaster University Management School.
Lancaster University will lead on training scientists of the future who will improve our understanding of soils, which are key to tackling many of today’s global challenges, including food, water and energy security.
New research reveals family carers of those living with terminal illnesses are not being provided with the support and information they need when managing and administering medication at home.
A Lancaster University researcher has become the first director of a new international environmental research centre in China, committed to helping solve the world’s big environmental challenges.
In the race to secure clean energy in the future, Lancaster University engineers are reinventing a piece of technology which has so far only been used in labs to diagnose cancer, detect explosives, and even analyse grand artistic masterpieces.
Engineers from Lancaster University have helped explorers discover the world’s biggest cave.