The harmful effects of smoking during pregnancy may be reflected in the facial movements of mothers’ unborn babies, new research has suggested.
Congratulations to Dr Mark MacDonald, who is the winner of the 2015 Tower of Teaching award.
Two of our statisticians are to receive Royal Statistical Society prizes for their exemplary work.
A particular gastrointestinal disorder, which causes colic, or abdominal pain, in horses, is more prevalent in Lancashire compared with other nearby counties, according to research by our staff and colleagues at the University of Liverpool.
Senior Lecturer Dr Gillian Lancaster is Editor-in-Chief of the new BioMed Central journal Pilot and Feasibility Studies.
Congratulations to our Masters and PhD students who have won University, Faculty and departmental prizes.
The EPSRC have awarded Dr Bernd Schulze of the Geometric Rigidity research group £98,000 to examine the rigidity of symmetrical structures.
A new £2.7 million international training network project, led by a team at Lancaster University, will develop a generation of medical statisticians dedicated to achieving early stage drug development success.
Mathematics and Statistics at Lancaster has been ranked joint 5th in the UK, for overall research quality, in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF).
This year, as the University celebrates the 50th anniversary of its foundation in 1964, we organised two special anniversary lectures on Friday, 26 September.