The Walking Dead comic artist Charlie Adlard will make his first public appearance as the UK’s Comics Laureate, a role sponsored by Lancaster University, in Birmingham on 28 March.
The need to communicate with a wider-world coupled with a move away from the cosy, close-knit communities of the 90s has dramatically changed the way British people speak over the last two decades, new research has revealed.
A diabetes drug could one day be used to treat neurodegenerative diseases like Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Lancaster and Manchester Universities have won a joint £2M award for physics research which may lead to “significant technological impact in the longer term.”
Infertility is taking its toll on relationships in Ghana.
Lancaster engineers are part of a team which will map some of the world’s most radioactive sites using sensing technology mounted on an advanced robotic vehicle.
The development of the first ever large-scale collection of Welsh words that represents the full range of language used by people in everyday life is underway.
To mark International Women’s Day 2017, we are launching a Twitter campaign using the hashtag #weareLancasterwomen and we want you to get involved.
An education project born at The Dukes involving young Gypsy, Roma, Traveller people will be highlighted at a national conference on March 2.
A comprehensive ‘Body of Knowledge’ to inform and underpin education and professional training for the cyber security sector is set to be created through a major international programme of work.