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News from 2015

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    Winning Awards for Soil Science

    Graduate researchers at the Lancaster Environment Centre made a clean sweep of the awards at a recent British Society of Soil Science (BSSS) meeting

  • Business Newsletter Autumn 2014

    This autumn's edition of the newsletter from LEC's enterprise and business partnerships team.

  • Sex & Bugs & Rock 'n Roll

    Sex & Bugs & Rock 'n Roll

    Bug hunts, mushroom smelling and matching animals with their dung are a few of the fun activities on offer at the Lancaster University Community Activities Day on 13 September

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    Developing sustainable fertilisers

    Lancaster University scientists are leading research looking at formulating sustainable fertilisers from renewable energy waste.

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    Flood management course

    A new postgraduate course for industry professionals aims to help stem the tide of flood devastation.

  • Jon Harvey

    Prizewinner heading for China

    It was a good day for student Jon Harvey when he won The Lancaster Environment Centre innovation prize and landed a place on a new masters course that will take him to China. 

  • Philippa Heath

    Our top graduate 2014

    A year studying abroad in Vancouver and a field trip to New York helped put a prize winning student on her desired career path.

  • GMB

    Business facilities showcased

    Showcase event offers businesses and organisations the chance to explore collaborating with one of Europe's top environmental research centres. 

  • Business Newsletter Summer 2014

    This summer's edition of the newsletter from LEC's enterprise and business partnerships team.

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    Devastating human impact on the Amazon rainforest revealed

    The human impact on the Amazon rainforest has been grossly underestimated according to an international team of researchers from Brazil and the UK.