Do natural resources belong to a country, a community or a continent, and how do these competing claims fuel conflict in Africa?
A groundbreaking new funded masters programme combines academic studies with the opportunity to work on research projects with businesses in the UK and China.
Scientific exchanges, joint research projects, training and policy advice were discussed when members of the Chinese Government’s environmental research institute visited Lancaster.
Farmers could improve crop production by pairing up plants with complementary traits, allowing them to harness the ‘phosphorus bank’ already present in soils.
Lancaster University is one of the top ten places in the UK to study Geography and Environmental Science, and the best in the North West.
NOW FULLY BOOKED More than 130 scientists will be presenting research results, and planning experiments and computer model simulations at the three day conference, starting on 20 May at Lancaster University.
Lancaster University agrees a new joint PhD programme with one of Nigeria’s top universities.
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.