Staff from the Engineering Department and School of Computing and Communications (SCC) have received high praise and recognition in the Staff Awards 2017.
The sun shone for more than 1800 people who poured onto the Lancaster University campus on Saturday to take part in a Community Day.
Students from the South Lakes region recently visited Lancaster to take part in our annual South Lakes Federation (SLF) Poster Conference.
Professor Keith Beven is among 50 distinguished scientists to be elected as Fellows of the Royal Society.
Extensive natural flood management such as tree planting could reduce flooding even in extreme events like Storm Desmond, according to a new modelling study.
The Faculty of Science and Technology has several subjects ranked amongst the Complete University Guide’s (CUG) best in the UK.
This year’s Community Day will feature over 80 exciting activities for the whole family to get involved in. From 3D printers and race cars to lasers and a tour of the solar system, there’s something for everyone on the 6th May on campus.
Lancaster University is paving the way for Lancashire firms to capitalise on the market for eco-innovation – estimated to be worth £2 billion to the regional economy.
Two Lancaster University researchers are helping to change the way academics work with the food industry to help us feed a growing population sustainably.
More than 160 pupils from Lancashire and Cumbria have taken part in our annual science and technology themed challenge day.