News from 2014

  • Real world PhDs

    Solving real world problems with businesses while getting a PhD was a winning combination for students graduating from the Centre for Global Eco-innovation

  • Breaking the deadlock on ivory

    Scientists propose a process to protect endangered African elephants that take into account conflicts over values

  • The illegal wild orchid trade

    Large-scale commercial trade of wild orchids is a pressing, but little-recognised conservation problem, according to researchers.

  • Going back to university

    A prizewinning student gave up a successful teaching career to become a student, just as her son was starting school

  • Congratulations to our graduates

    Congratulations to our masters and PhD students who are graduating this week, becoming alumni of the 2018 University of the Year

  • Pesticide dust danger in Pakistan

    Residents and workers in a major Pakistan city are exposed to harmful levels of pesticides, new research reveals

  • Finding the fun in sustainability

    The highest daily rainfall in 50 years didn’t stop members of the Lancaster Environment Centre’s new Sustainability Group putting their principles into practice

  • World's most influential researchers

    Two Lancaster Environment Centre researchers have been listed in the 2017 Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers list of scientists who have had significant global impact.

  • Small is biodiverse in the Amazon

    Amazonian streams found teeming with fish species are lacking protection

  • The global nitrate time-bomb

    Researchers have quantified for the first time the long term threat to global drinking water posed by agricultural pollution trapped in the rocks beneath our feet