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News from 2015

  • Our students love us

    Students rank Lancaster University one of the best places in the UK to study Geography and Environmental Science

  • China environment institute launch

    Lancaster University joins with Chinese partners to create a new environment institute on the largest university campus in southern China

  • Bridging the gap

    Bridging the gap between business and academia in West Africa, with help from Lancaster University

  • Linking thinkers and doers

    Leading environmental economist, with a passion for bottom-up development, becomes a Professor in Practice at Lancaster University

  • Slaty-capped Shrike

    Fighting deforestation alone fails tropical biodiversity

    International efforts to conserve tropical forest species will fail unless they control logging, wildfires and fragmentation in the remaining forests, according to ground-breaking new research published in the world’s leading scientific journal Nature.

  • Making nature more efficient

    One of the world’s “most influential scientific minds”, who works to radically improve the productivity of crops, joins Lancaster University as Professor of Crop Sciences.

  • Bright spots shine light on the future of coral reefs

    Researchers have discovered a handful of ‘bright spots’ among the world’s embattled coral reefs, offering the promise of a radical new approach to conservation.

  • Complete University guide

    In the top 5

    Lancaster University is ranked 5th in the UK for its Geography, Environmental and Earth Sciences degrees, by the Guardian University Guide 2017

  • Got a great eco-business idea?

    North West SMEs with commercial ideas to benefit the environment can tap into research expertise, facilities and funding to bring their ideas to fruition

  • Overheating risk in care facilities

    Hotter, drier summers have serious implications for the UK’s ageing population, a new study shows