Researchers are working with Save the Children to deliver workshops to support children and young people affected by disasters in the UK.
This autumn's edition of the newsletter from LEC's enterprise and business partnerships team.
Scientists have made the first ever observations of how a rare type of lava continues moving almost a year after a volcanic eruption.
When the BBC’s Autumnwatch wanted to analyse the calorific value of tiny life forms in Morcambe Bay mud, it turned to Lancaster University researchers for help.
Lancaster University is leading a £4.9 million initiative to train a new generation of environmental scientists equipped to tackle the challenges of a planet under pressure.
The Lancaster China Catalyst Programme aims to revitalise the UK’s position in the global exports markets, create 240 jobs, help 400 domestic businesses and boost the economy by £40m.
Professor Nigel Paul provides an assessment of the effects of ozone depletion to World governments and, a few days later, discusses the issue with his Lancaster students.
A major new study will explore the impact of the changes that humans are making to the ecosystems of tropical forests.
Three new lecturers in sustainability have joined Lancaster Environment Centre with expertise covering carbon capture and geo-engineering, climate refugees and local food.
Energy savers in North Lancashire are invited to apply for a new award which will recognise thrifty efforts to drive down bills and protect the planet.