The mechanism enabling infected plants to pass on immunity to their offspring is being investigated in a new research study.
New free “massive” online course explores how we can feed an extra two billion people by 2050.
A geography lecturer is recognised for her “outstanding” teaching on the field course she created to study the management of water in her Croatian homeland.
Employers were impressed by students’ knowledge and enthusiasm at the Lancaster Environment Centre’s first dedicated careers fair.
A new website providing information about one of Africa’s major crop pests has been praised by the UK’s Global Food Security Champion.
Human impact in two of the world’s most diverse habitats could be much greater than previously thought.
Lancaster Environment Centre partnerships in China have underpinned a major new initiative designed to bring together business in the UK and China.
Academic evidence is “gold dust” to policy makers, say visitors from the House of Commons.
Unilever is helping to develop the environmental scientists and toxicologists of the future by teaching a full module as part of Lancaster University masters degrees.
Warmer, wetter winters could lower the quality of our rivers, according to warnings from environmental scientists.