We all know that a high carbon footprint damages the environment, but so does your nitrogen footprint, through increasing pollution and reducing biodiversity.
Visit the Lancaster Environment Centre, talk to academics and students, see our facilities and find out whether we have the Masters programme for you.
Dr Greg Holland explains why the discovery of billion-year-old water deep underground could hold clues to life on Earth, and on Mars.
Scientists from Lancaster University are taking part in low level flights over London to measure the emission rates of a range of air pollutants from the city.
The joys and challenges of working across academic disciplines led four PhD students and an early career researcher to start an interdisciplinary support group.