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  • Lancaster’s first lady

    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

  • Recognition for Lancaster professor

    Professor elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, is recognised for her “high calibre” research and role as advisor to the Scottish Government

  • Measuring global pollution

    A unique study of persistent organic pollutants in the frozen Tibetan Plateau was a leading journal’s most read paper of 2014

  • Plant science PhDs

    Plant yourself in an industrially-relevant PhD studentship at the Lancaster Environment Centre

  • Visit Lancaster Environment Centre

    Thinking of studying biology or biological sciences? Come to our undergraduate open day on Saturday 14 March.  

  • Better environmental management of rivers creates business opportunities

    Businesses can find out about commercial opportunities involved in making our rivers cleaner and safer at a Lancaster University and British Water event.

  • Business Partnerships Report Released

    Read case studies of Science and Technology's work with external partners during 2013-2014,  which delivers £10 ROI for every £1 funding

  • Research opportunities in China

    Funding and secondment opportunities available for new and existing PhD students and post-doctoral researchers exploring food security and environmental quality issues

  • A scientific and personal journey

    Doing a PhD at the Lancaster Environment Centre offers a truly interdisciplinary experience, and a real personal challenge, say graduating students.

  • Nigerian collaboration

    Lancaster University signs an agreement to co-supervise PhD students at one of Nigeria’s top universities as part of Lancaster’s internationalization strategy