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  • Congratulations to our graduates

    Congratulations to our masters and PhD students who are graduating this week, becoming alumni of the 2018 University of the Year

  • Pesticide dust danger in Pakistan

    Residents and workers in a major Pakistan city are exposed to harmful levels of pesticides, new research reveals

  • Finding the fun in sustainability

    The highest daily rainfall in 50 years didn’t stop members of the Lancaster Environment Centre’s new Sustainability Group putting their principles into practice

  • World's most influential researchers

    Two Lancaster Environment Centre researchers have been listed in the 2017 Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers list of scientists who have had significant global impact.

  • Small is biodiverse in the Amazon

    Amazonian streams found teeming with fish species are lacking protection

  • The global nitrate time-bomb

    Researchers have quantified for the first time the long term threat to global drinking water posed by agricultural pollution trapped in the rocks beneath our feet

  • First lady of freshwater

    A Lancaster Professor is the first woman to be elected President of the Freshwater Biological Association

  • Life on the Edge

    Breaking up the rainforest into small, isolated patches is forcing more species to live at the forest edge, putting those that are dependent on the forest core at risk

  • Does natural flood mitigation work?

    Lancaster University scientists will play a leading role in a major new £4.1M project assessing the effectiveness of natural flood management

  • Leverhulme award for marine scientist

    A coral reef scientist has won a prestigious prize from the Leverhulme Trust recognising his outstanding acheivements and supporting more research into our oceans.