A Royal visitor added a special touch to the official start of celebrations marking Lancaster University’s 50th Anniversary.
Historians from Lancaster University are inviting local people to help flesh out the stories of more than a thousand men from the city who died in World War One.
The boss of one of the world’s most famous marketing companies returned to his home town this week to speak to students at Lancaster University.
Lancaster University is leading a project which will ‘unlock’ many thousands of musical scores which are stored online as frozen images, opening them up to a new generation of digital-savvy musicians and researchers.
A memorial village built for the survivors of World War One is unusual in being still occupied by residents linked to the Armed Forces.
More than 60 delegates have attended a kick-off workshop for the £32 million Wave 2 Growth Hub (W2GH) programme in London.
There are more than 100,000 hospice volunteers in the UK whose contribution reduces hospice costs by an estimated 23%.
North West businesses will have opportunities to gain a clearer understanding of how to capitalise on Government and European funding thanks to two special workshops run by Lancaster University Management School.
As Facebook marks its tenth anniversary this month, researchers at Lancaster have been looking into how social media is changing our way of living…and dying.
A new four-month research project will explore the feasibility of creating a new digital game to promote sustainability across the district.