The Burning Question is…a bold new book, written by an honorary research fellow at Lancaster University, which seeks to challenge the world’s attitude to burning fuel.
The first ever study of the lives of Church of England clergy has revealed the personal costs of committing yourself to God.
A Lancaster University research project to effectively ‘toughen up’ wheat crops has just been awarded a $1 million grant.The money will enable Professor Bill Davies and Drs Sally Wilkinson and Ian Dodd at Lancaster Environment Centre to focus on increasing wheat crop yields, making the plants more resilient to stress and enabling them to cope with climate change.
A Google grant will enable researchers at Lancaster University’s School of Computing and Communications to take work on digital sign analytics to the next level.
Three brothers all studying to be doctors at Lancaster Medical School have been describing what it’s like to all be students at the same university.
A Lancaster physicist working on novel 2D materials says a new £3.25m High Performance Computing Centre is an important tool in their development.
A Lancaster University alumna who founded her own firm has been awarded the title of Entrepreneur of the Year at the FDM everywoman in Technology awards.
A brand new computer system which provides 3-D feedback on weightlifting performance will now be taken to another level by a Lancaster University scientist.
New research by Lancaster University and The Open University has discovered another type of Icelandic volcanic eruption that could cause disruption. Published in Geology (February 2013), the team found magma that is twice as 'fizzy' as previously believed, which increases the likelihood of disruptive ash clouds from future eruptions.
Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Founded in 1916, AACSB International is the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting.