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Unique play fuses Lincolnshire folk music with classic Indian theatre
Theatre-goers will have the opportunity to enjoy a unique theatrical performance which weaves together traditional Lincolnshire folk music and dance with one of Indiaís most celebrated plays.
Published: 20th September 2016, 1:28pm
Lincoln scientists celebrate the genius of Sir Isaac Newton
Scientists and mathematicians from the University of Lincoln, UK, will be among the speakers at a unique festival celebrating the genius of Sir Isaac Newton.
Published: 19th September 2016, 4:33pm
Diabetes UK to fund major new study aiming to prevent kidney disease
Charity funding has been awarded for a major new study which will aim to prevent glucose-induced damage to kidney function in people with diabetes.
Published: 12th September 2016, 9:57am
Menís hidden body fat fears fuelling gym attendance
Menís hidden fears about body fat are fuelling gym attendance motivated by feelings of guilt and shame rather than a desire to build muscle, new research has shown.
Published: 9th September 2016, 12:31pm
No evidence of long-term welfare problems with electronic containment of cats
A study by animal welfare specialists has provided new evidence that using electronic containment systems to restrict where pet cats venture does not result in long-term wellbeing problems.
Published: 9th September 2016, 11:05am
Siemens UK CEO opens Lincoln's state-of-the-art new engineering facilities
The Chief Executive of Siemens UK, Juergen Maier, was special guest at a ceremony to officially open the newly expanded engineering facilities at the University of Lincoln, UK.
Published: 9th September 2016, 10:55am
One-day science extravaganza illuminates world-changing research
Skeletons, robots and life-size terracotta warriors will be among the fascinating figures greeting visitors at an extraordinary one-day science showcase hosted by the University of Lincoln, UK, this September.
Published: 7th September 2016, 4:07pm
Gamblers more prone to violent behaviour, research shows
Men who gamble are more likely to act violently towards others, with the most addicted gamblers the most prone to serious violence, new research has shown.
Published: 7th September 2016, 3:54pm
Multi-million pound research project to examine the resilience of the UK pig industry
More than £2 million has been awarded to scientists at the University of Lincoln, UK, to lead the most comprehensive study of the British pig industry ever conducted.
Published: 5th September 2016, 11:24am
Networking in a virtual world: unlocking the potential of video conferencing
The key to unlocking the true potential of video conferencing lies in recognising its limitations, according to new research.
Published: 2nd September 2016, 2:09pm
3.7 million Euros for European innovation research
Universities from seven European countries will help businesses embrace innovation as part of a 3.7 million Euro project to support regional development across Europe.  
Published: 1st September 2016, 8:45am