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New research outlines more effective diagnosis for people with heart conditions
Research detailing more effective electrocardiogram (ECG) diagnosis has won an award at the International Conference on Medical and Health Science.
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Published: 2nd July 2015, 8:34am
HMS Victory to be re-painted in Battle of Trafalgar colours after 210 years
The UK’s National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) has announced a historically accurate re-painting of HMS Victory, the most celebrated ship in naval history, in collaboration with the University of Lincoln’s expert conservators Crick Smith.
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Published: 1st July 2015, 8:48am
Reassurance can be as important as waiting times for ambulance patients
Ambulance services should be assessed on how reassured patients and their families feel during an emergency as well as on response times, researchers have found.
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Published: 1st July 2015, 8:34am
Computer vision and mobile technology could help blind people ‘see’
Computer scientists are developing new adaptive mobile technology which could enable blind and visually-impaired people to ‘see’ through their smartphone or tablet.
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Published: 25th June 2015, 8:47am
UCAS head to deliver keynote at Lincoln’s national teachers' conference
The head of the UK’s university admissions service will explain why there has never been a better time to apply to higher education in her keynote speech at the University of Lincoln’s annual National Teachers’ Conference.
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Published: 24th June 2015, 4:01pm
Linda the robot stars on TV’s Gadget Man
A robot called Linda developed by computer scientists at the University of Lincoln, UK, has appeared on Channel 4’s Gadget Man.
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Published: 23rd June 2015, 8:44am
Lighting up Lincolnshire through £130m University investment
The University of Lincoln, UK, has announced today that new capital investment of £130million will transform its campus, providing world class facilities to support education and growth across the region.
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Published: 22nd June 2015, 1:31pm
International symposium celebrates the life and legacy of Joni Mitchell
A major international conference hosted by the University of Lincoln, UK, will bring together leading academics, music critics and fans to explore the far-reaching impact of legendary singer, musician and artist, Joni Mitchell.
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Published: 22nd June 2015, 9:04am
Carve out a high-flying career in the food industry with new Higher Apprenticeship scheme
The University of Lincoln, UK, has launched a new apprenticeship scheme to develop future stars of the UK’s multi-billion pound food industry.
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Published: 19th June 2015, 3:51pm
Lights, camera, action! Lincoln installs new LED technology thanks to major funding award
The University of Lincoln will become one of the few higher education institutions in the UK to house film and television studios fully-equipped with state-of-the-art digital LED technology after securing a £500,000 grant.
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Published: 19th June 2015, 9:28am
Competition launched to name University of Lincoln tortoise
The University of Lincoln, UK, has welcomed three new arrivals to its growing family of red-footed tortoises – and would like the public’s help in naming one.
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Published: 18th June 2015, 8:37am