Current news - Environmental News - University of Derby

28 June 2016

Experts gather at bee summit to address decline in species

Bumblebee experts from across the country gathered at a Bee Summit to address the decline in species hosted by the University of Derby on June 24, 2016.

8 June 2016

Student illustrates importance of recycling through award-winning artwork

An Illustration student who has created artwork showing the damaging effects not recycling can have on wildlife has won a top award.

18 December 2015

Royal Society of Biology grants accreditation to University of Derby courses

The Royal Society of Biology has accredited two courses at the University of Derby following independent and rigorous assessments.

18 November 2015

Zoology student awarded for voluntary commitments to the city

More than 70 people attended the Green Space Forum Awards this week (November 16), co-hosted by Derby City Council Parks Team and the University Environmental Sustainability Research Centre, at the University of Derby.

10 November 2015

University lecturer calls for scientists to save coral reefs

A recent research paper published by Michael Sweet, Lecturer in Invertebrate Biology at the University of Derby, has found that in order to save coral reefs and fisheries, scientists must improve their collaborations in small island states.

2 March 2015

University appoints new Energy and Environment Research Chair

Professor Paul Stewart has been appointed as Research Chair in Energy and Environment in the Institute for Innovation in Sustainable Engineering (IISE) at the University of Derby.

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