A coral reef scientist has been awarded a prestigious prize from the Leverhulme Trust that will support further research into our oceans.
A new study finds that even low levels of logging in the Amazon rainforest may lead to great losses in biodiversity.
Honey bees love the invasive plant Himalayan balsam and eat it like ‘fast food’ but, like humans, they thrive better on a varied diet.
A team of scientists and academics from Lancaster will be at the Manchester Science Festival this week to raise awareness of the devastating risks and impacts posed by flooding.
A Lancaster professor is part of an international collaboration which has detected an astronomical phenomenon never before observed.
Treatments for high blood pressure do not totally reverse its damaging effects on the vascular rhythms that help circulation of the blood say researchers.
Lancaster has been taking its world-leading research into the classroom to inspire the next generation of researchers
Lancaster is leading one of the UK government’s 12 new regional science and innovation audits (SIAs) to develop a new approach to regional economic development.
Planting trees can reduce flood risk, but a high intensity forest land use, such as grazing, can counteract the positive effect of the trees, a recently published study suggests.
Severe floods that hit Cumbria in December 2015 led to an increase in calls for natural solutions to be included in flood alleviation schemes.