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Architecture academic joins line-up of prominent women to help shape Egypt’s future
A specialist in sustainable architectural design from the University of Lincoln, UK, was among 31 prominent Egyptian women leaders from around the world selected to present at a conference highlighting international successes of Egyptian women.
Published: 16th August 2017, 8:32am
Explore ‘The Uncanny Physics of Superhero Comic Books’ in free public lecture
Have you ever wondered exactly why Captain America’s famous shield is nearly indestructible? Or who would win a race between comic book heroes Superman and the Flash?
Published: 9th August 2017, 11:08am
Lincoln in UK top 20 for students' academic support
Students have rated the University of Lincoln in the top 20 in the UK for academic support, learning resources and learning community.
Published: 9th August 2017, 9:05am
New ‘virtual knight’ gallops into Lincoln through augmented reality app
Visitors to Lincoln’s Brayford Pool waterfront can catch a glimpse of a new ‘secret knight’ with the launch of an innovative augmented reality mobile app today (9am, Monday 7th August 2017).
Published: 7th August 2017, 8:02am
People who embrace the arts more likely to help others
People who embrace the arts are statistically more likely to help others by giving to charity or volunteering, regardless of income or social background, according to a major new research published today.
Published: 3rd August 2017, 2:48pm
Gamblers more likely to have suffered childhood traumas, research shows
Men with problem and pathological gambling addictions are more likely to have suffered childhood traumas including physical abuse or witnessing violence in the home, according to new research.
Published: 2nd August 2017, 3:05pm
From driving fast to making judgements in sports: scientists uncover why we find it so hard to judge speed
Football officials watching slow-motion clips or drivers changing from motorways to 30mph zones could be unconsciously mis-judging speed – and the person's motivations – because their perceptions of ‘normal’ have been altered.
Published: 31st July 2017, 1:29pm
Children’s book ‘The Lincolnshire Puppy’ grabs commendation at national education awards
A children’s book which encourages primary school pupils across Lincolnshire to aim high in their ambitions has won a commendation at a national education awards.
Published: 28th July 2017, 4:06pm
University of Lincoln wins national commendation for connecting expertise with industry
The University of Lincoln, UK, has won a national commendation for the way it connects academic expertise with the needs of industry and society.
Published: 27th July 2017, 12:14pm
India must rethink infrastructure needs for 100 new ‘smart’ cities to be sustainable
Plans to create 100 new 'smart’ cities in India to support the country's rapidly growing urban population could have a significant detrimental impact on the environment unless greater emphasis is placed on providing new supporting infrastruct
Published: 21st July 2017, 11:19am
Lincoln mathematician honoured for contribution to international research collaborations
A mathematician from the University of Lincoln, UK, has been honoured in Brazil for his significant contribution to international research collaborations.
Published: 13th July 2017, 3:50pm