News from 2013

  • Visit us

    Get a taste of life as a masters or undergraduate student at the Lancaster Environment Centre on one of our July open days - book now

  • Teaching leadership recognised

    Lancaster Environment Centre academics gain recognition as Senior Fellows of the Higher Education Academy

  • Prizewinning PhD researcher

    A football themed presentation into how long arable soils will last in the UK wins an early career researcher a top prize from the British Society of Soil Science

  • Working with global business

    Lancaster University breaks new ground in partnership with global business

  • Fishing and human rights

    Scientists launch global agenda to curb social and human rights abuses in the international seafood sector

  • African Commonwealth Fellows banner

    Developing eco-innovation in Africa

    Commonwealth Professional Fellows plan to establish university business research partnerships in their home countries after studying Lancaster University’s successful model

  • A fell running feat

    Porridge and bananas help a Lancaster scientist complete the gruelling Bob Graham Round - running 66 miles, up 42 Lakeland peaks within 24 hours

  • Ten years of innovation

    An ice cream party marks the 10th birthday of a building that has been home to a pioneering business development programme

  • Most hunted caterpillars

    Caterpillars living near the equator are eight times more likely to be eaten by predators than those living closer to the poles, according to new research.

  • In the top 5 again

    Lancaster University is ranked 5th in the UK for Geography and Environmental Studies for the third year running by the Guardian University Guide 2018