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News from 2015

  • World Around Me

    An App developed by a Lancaster University alumnus, whose company is co-located at Lancaster Environment Centre, has won the ‘Early Adopter’ category at the first Google Play Awards.

  • New species named after professor

    A newly discovered species of diatom, a microscopic creature that is key to the health of the planet, is named after a Lancaster professor

  • Complete University guide

    In the UK top ten

    Lancaster University is ranked 10th in the UK and top in the North West for Geography and Environmental Science by the Complete University Guide 2017

  • Valuing nature

    Life on a prawn trawler inspires economist to find better ways to measure environmental benefits 

  • Lancaster joins Innovation Gateway

    Lancaster University is working with four of the UKs leading companies to help pilot sustainability innovations on their estates

  • Praise for Armyworm research

    Research into a devastating African pest has been highlighted by Government as an example of science’s pivotal role in solving problems and improving productivity

  • World rankings success

    Lancaster University has been ranked 46th in the world for Geography, and in the top 100 for Environmental Science, in the latest QS World University Rankings

  • Life after Lancaster

    Find out what’s on offer to help students find the career they want. 

  • 5 reasons to be cheerful

    A world wide reputation, amazing field trips and satisfied students are just a few of the benefits of studying at the Lancaster Environment Centre 

  • The politics of conservation

    “Should we farm tigers or ban all trade in them?” is one of many questions explored by Lancaster University’s new conservation scientist