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News from 2015

  • A scientific and personal journey

    Doing a PhD at the Lancaster Environment Centre offers a truly interdisciplinary experience, and a real personal challenge, say graduating students.

  • Nigerian collaboration

    Lancaster University signs an agreement to co-supervise PhD students at one of Nigeria’s top universities as part of Lancaster’s internationalization strategy

  • A tropical forest tree looking up into canopy

    Supporting rainforest research

    Lancaster Environment Centre to host the UK secretariat of the South East Asian Rainforest Research Partnership

  • In the top three for research impact

    The Lancaster Environment Centre (LEC) has been ranked third in the UK for the real-world impact of its research.

  • Mixing art and science

    Top student studies ecology to feed into his art and discovers a new direction in his career

  • Businesses urged to tap into science and technology young talent

    Businesses across all sectors are being urged to benefit from dynamic science and technology students.

  • Pollution

    New Chinese Partnership

    Lancaster Environment Centre develops partnership with the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences to research air quality and climate change

  • NSS

    The most satisfied students

    Students say Lancaster University is the top place in the UK to study Physical Geography and Environmental Science.  

  • Topping 874x289

    Top that!

    Lancaster University staff and students, who will be using the new teaching laboratories from early next year, visited the building site to witness the “topping out”, which celebrates the placing of the last beam on top of a structure

  • Reunion

    Environmental pioneers return

    Fifty years after Lancaster University was the first in the UK to offer a course in Environmental Sciences, 18 of the original students return to celebrate