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Professor Georgina Mace

Faculty Lecture Next Week: Insights from biodiversity science for addressing global sustainability challenges

The first Science and Technology lecture of this academic year will take place next Wednesday at 2pm.

Professor Georgina Mace CBE, FRS, Director of the NERC Centre for Population Biology at Imperial College London, will discuss the way in which the substantial advances made in our understanding of biodiversity over the past 50 years can help inform the broader sustainability agenda.

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Lancaster Liverpool Green paper - discussion at Faculty Forum

The Faculty Forum has been moved to Wednesday 9 November. The main focus of this meeting will be the Lancaster Liverpool Green paper and there will be a presentation by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor on the subject. This meeting will take place at 3.30pm in LT2 Management School building and replaces the forum that was originally scheduled for Wednesday 16 November.

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Science and Technology research grants 2011

Congratulations to the successful applicants for the latest round of Faculty of Science and Technology Research Grants:


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