Our staff are active in the following areas of research
- Conservation Science
- Crops and Livestock
- Environmental and Soil Science
- Rivers and Catchments
- People, Space and Place
- Geospatial Analysis
- New Practical Guidance on Forestry Investments for Farmers and Landowners Released by Woodknowledge Wales in Collaboration with Bangor University
16 July 2021
- Celebrating outstanding contributions to teaching and learning
15 July 2021
- Resolving Tensions Between Global Development Goals And Local Aspirations
9 July 2021
- “Love our Bogs” - Bangor University scientist helps create artwork for edinburgh science festival a bangor university scientist has helped create a piece of virtual artwork for the edinburgh science festival encouraging people to love bogs.
2 July 2021
- Life could exist in the clouds of Jupiter but not Venus
28 June 2021
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Research in Environment and Natural Resources
In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), more than 80% of our research was rated as being at least ‘internationally excellent’ with more than 25% being ‘world leading’.
We maintain a world-class reputation for research. Bangor University achieved a very strong performance in our subject areas in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) assessment of UK universities.
Outputs of 69% of the school’s staff were submitted to REF2014 from across its research portfolio, including soil science, climate change impacts and mitigation, catchment science, environmental microbiology, environmental pollution, crop science and breeding, conservation, ecological economics, forest and agroforestry science, ecosystem services Chemistry, Biological Sciences and geography.
Partners and Collaborators
Our staff work with a wide range of partners, from local organisations through to UK, European and international institutions.