STARS conference 2020 invitation

All current STARS students are expected to attend and present their research. We will be able to support 1 supervisor per student; however, further funding may be available for additional supervisors so please enquire and we will do our best to accommodate. All former STARS students are also very welcome to attend and present. Conference […]

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The 2018 Research Experience Placements

Investigating the relationship between tree root biomass and soil hydraulic properties across soil types Based: Bangor University Project objectives: Increased frequency of flood events and a failure of hard-engineered solutions to prevent damage to infrastructure from extreme events has resulted in a surge of interest in natural approaches to flood risk management. Afforestation of the […]

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Dust to Dust: Redesigning Urban Life in Healthy Soils

Since the autumn of 2017, STARS PhD Researcher Dan Evans (Lancaster University) has co-led an international sustainable urban design ideas competition, charrette and exhibition called: ‘Dust to Dust: Redesigning Urban Life in Healthy Soils’. Dust to Dust began as an urban design ideas competition. Multidisciplinary and multi-sectorial teams were encouraged to develop solutions about how […]

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