Our use of cookies

We use necessary cookies to make our site work. We'd also like to set optional cookies to help us measure web traffic and report on campaigns.

We won't set optional cookies unless you enable them.

News from 2015

  • Careers874x289

    Careers event success

    Employers were impressed by students’ knowledge and enthusiasm at the Lancaster Environment Centre’s first dedicated careers fair.

  • worms874x289

    Armyworm website launched

    A new website providing information about one of Africa’s major crop pests has been praised by the UK’s Global Food Security Champion. 

  • D Forest 874x289

    Forests of the future research

    Human impact in two of the world’s most diverse habitats could be much greater than previously thought.

  • chinamou874x289

    China-UK innovation deal signed

    Lancaster Environment Centre partnerships in China have underpinned a major new initiative designed to bring together business in the UK and China. 

  • House of Commons874x289

    House of Commons comes to Lancaster

    Academic evidence is “gold dust” to policy makers, say visitors from the House of Commons.

  • Unilever874x289

    Unilever takes to the classroom

    Unilever is helping to develop the environmental scientists and toxicologists of the future by teaching a full module as part of Lancaster University masters degrees.

  • stream874x289

    BBC highlights pollution threat

    Warmer, wetter winters could lower the quality of our rivers, according to warnings from environmental scientists.

  • cows 874x289

    How grazing helps grasslands thrive

    Grazing animals are improving biodiversity by increasing the amount of light available for plants at ground level.

  • amazon

    Exploring the Amazon

    Watching sustainable logging, seeing humming birds and caiman, visiting Brazilian homes - Lancaster’s first student field trip to the Amazon.  

  • Engineering image

    Eco-Innovation event to match businesses and top researchers

    Lancaster University is looking to match businesses and top academic researchers during a series of three day-long events, the first of which is on eco-innovation.