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Inspiration link to bipolar risk

Inspiration linked to bipolar disorder risk

Inspiration has been linked with people at risk of developing bipolar disorder for the first time in a study led by Lancaster University.

Released: March 2014

Pathways to Health

'Pathways to Health and Wealth' event to showcase university expertise

An event this month will showcase the commercial potential of health research and related technological expertise within Lancaster University.

Released: March 2014

Experts address Commons

University ageing experts address House of Commons dinner

Two Lancaster University professors were the speakers at a dinner at the House of Commons to inform and shape Government policy on the UK's ageing society.

Released: March 2014

Nobel Peace Prize nomination

Nobel Peace Prize nomination for pioneer

A pioneer of hospice care in Africa, who works closely with Lancaster University, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Released: March 2014

Insight into blue chip careers

Insight into blue chip careers

Postgraduate students from the Division of Biomedical and Life Sciences have benefited from a collaborative teaching initiative with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline.

Released: March 2014

Malaria researcher wins prize

Malaria researcher wins international prize

Research to help fight malaria in sub-Saharan Africa has won PhD student Emanuele Giorgi a $3000 prize at the International Biometric Society's world conference.

Released: March 2014

Most older carers are male

Older men more likely to be carers than older women

Men over the age of 65 caring for ill or disabled relatives often feel isolated and ignored according to a study from Lancaster University Centre for Ageing Research.

Released: March 2014

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