Research Institutes and Centres
The University’s Research Institutes, Centres and Groups sit at the heart of our research agenda and are responsible for much of our research outputs and performance. As key sites of research inquiry and scholarship, they form the rich, collegiate environment where research carried out by our academics, students and partnerships is underpinned and nurtured.
To establish the University’s standing and increased reputation for quality research and strategic partnerships with funders, government and business, we have chosen to actively place our Research Centres and Groups at the heart of our strategic plans.
The Research Centres within the College of Arts encompass a wide range of specialisms spanning architecture, art and design, conservation, cultural studies, journalism and performance.
The Research Centres in the College of Science bring together researchers who are pushing boundaries and exploring new synergies in the areas of computer science, robotics and image engineering.
The College of Social Science has two major Research Centres which provide the focus for academics studying themes from public policy to entrepreneurship, which shape our society and economy.
The LIAT includes academics and researchers from across the Lincoln Business School, Schools of Computer Science, Engineering, and Life Sciences, and the National Centre of Food Manufacturing, who are all cooperatively working to develop new technological solutions for the food and agricultural industries.
Comprising research groups from across all Colleges of the University, as well as staff from all NHS Trusts within Lincolnshire, the LIH provides a platform for internationally excellent, multi-disciplinary research focussed on health issues of national and international importance.
The Eleanor Glanville Centre is an interdisciplinary center for inclusion, diversity and equality at the University of Lincoln. The overarching purpose of this Centre is to drive cultural change across the institution by linking our equality, diversity and inclusion mandates and initiatives with new interdisciplinary research and scholarly activities that bridge all four institutional colleges: Science, Arts, Social Science and Business.