Trying to answer this question wins Environmental Science student Duncan Chapman a hydrology prize, and starts him on a new career.
Researchers have increased plant productivity by boosting levels of three proteins involved in photosynthesis, offering hope for improving food crops
Students show strong satisfaction with our courses in the 2017 National Student Survey, praising the intellectually stimulating content of their course
Prizewinning Lancaster student celebrates his graduation by tackling the Mongol Rally, a 20,000 mile journey through 21 countries
Working hard, following his passion and taking risks helped Geography graduate Euan Crispin win a top prize after clearing brought him to Lancaster.
Researchers win funding to push forward the production of a cheap, effective and locally-produced biopesticide to combat one of Africa’s major crop pests
Dramatic changes will be needed in agricultural practices to offset increases in phosphorus losses due to climate change, researchers warn in a new study.
Urban food demand in the Amazon could be hitting wildlife up to 1,000 km away from the city, according to new research
A double prizewinning graduate shows how changing habitat management could help reverse the decline of some of the UK’s signature butterflies
Lancaster University leads a ground-breaking project working with African researchers and entrepreneurs to address the urgent need for safe, sustainable water use in Africa