Lancaster University’s first female academic is still working at the university half a century later revealing the secrets of the UK’s ever changing coastline
Professor elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, is recognised for her “high calibre” research and role as advisor to the Scottish Government
A unique study of persistent organic pollutants in the frozen Tibetan Plateau was a leading journal’s most read paper of 2014
Plant yourself in an industrially-relevant PhD studentship at the Lancaster Environment Centre
Thinking of studying biology or biological sciences? Come to our undergraduate open day on Saturday 14 March.
Businesses can find out about commercial opportunities involved in making our rivers cleaner and safer at a Lancaster University and British Water event.
Read case studies of Science and Technology's work with external partners during 2013-2014, which delivers £10 ROI for every £1 funding
Funding and secondment opportunities available for new and existing PhD students and post-doctoral researchers exploring food security and environmental quality issues
Doing a PhD at the Lancaster Environment Centre offers a truly interdisciplinary experience, and a real personal challenge, say graduating students.
Lancaster University signs an agreement to co-supervise PhD students at one of Nigeria’s top universities as part of Lancaster’s internationalization strategy