Masters graduate Yanisa Thanomrod balanced organising events for postgraduate students with achieving a distinction in her studies in diplomacy and foreign policy.
The Chancellor’s Medal is presented every year to students showing exceptional merit in their field.
A Lancaster University graduate has received an Alumni Award at this December’s graduation for his outstanding achievements.
A renowned leader in nuclear research and a pioneer in the field of palliative care have been awarded honorary degrees at Lancaster University’s graduation ceremonies this December.
New national hubs that are pioneering research into robotics for nuclear environments will benefit from Lancaster University expertise.
Lancaster University and partners have been awarded £1.3M to lead a break-through robotics and AI project funded through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
Analysis led by Lancaster University researchers suggests that spontaneous humour is used and appreciated by people with cancer and can be a helpful way of dealing with distressing, taboo or embarrassing circumstances.
Research has shown that better communication around assisted dying is needed between clinician and patients diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease.
Many patients are regularly missing GP appointments according to the largest ever analysis of NHS patients who fail to attend.
New research from Lancaster University has identified the ‘invisible infertile’, a group of marginalized people missing from survey data sources because they do not fit neatly into popular notions of who is at risk of infertility.