A Lancaster Professor is the first woman to be elected President of the Freshwater Biological Association
Breaking up the rainforest into small, isolated patches is forcing more species to live at the forest edge, putting those that are dependent on the forest core at risk
Lancaster University scientists will play a leading role in a major new £4.1M project assessing the effectiveness of natural flood management
A coral reef scientist has won a prestigious prize from the Leverhulme Trust recognising his outstanding acheivements and supporting more research into our oceans.
Abandoned sugarcane plantations across the tropics could offer us a realistic, sustainable alternative to fossil fuels.
A new study finds that even low levels of logging in the Amazon rainforest may lead to great losses in biodiversity.
Honey bees love the invasive plant Himalayan balsam and eat it like ‘fast food’ but, like humans, they thrive better on a varied diet
Lancaster University has been taking its world leading research into the classroom to inspire the next generation of researchers
The Lancaster Environment Centre leads government report into North West potential for Eco-Innovation
Grazing animals within forests counteracts the effectiveness of trees to reduce flood risk a new study shows