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New database could make airport ground movements quicker, greener and cheaper
A new system for calculating the quickest and most fuel efficient routes for moving aircraft on the ground could transform the way our airports operate, according to new research.
Published: 29th July 2015, 1:55pm
Celebrated judge to talk on international law and religion
An international judge and legal scholar celebrated for his contribution to global justice and legal education will deliver a free public talk at the University of Lincoln next week.
Published: 29th July 2015, 9:20am
From waste to wonder: Students excel in international upcycling project
A team of young designers has returned from a major eco-friendly event in China where they produced a collection of innovative new products from waste materials as part of a British Council ‘up-cycling’ initiative.
Published: 27th July 2015, 4:22pm
Global video event places focus on human rights
Young people around the world will place a focus on human rights and creativity in a unique global video event culminating on the United Nations’ International Youth Day 2015.
Published: 24th July 2015, 11:25am
Young designer wins ‘Black Pencil’ for poignant reflection on fatherhood
One of the most sought after prizes in the international design industry has been awarded to a young student for his poignant reflection on fatherhood which brought one of the judging panel to tears.
Published: 20th July 2015, 8:57am
Expert in diabetes research joins University
A leading academic in diabetes research has joined the growing team of scientists based at the University of Lincoln, UK, who are working to ultimately prevent the disease.
Published: 16th July 2015, 10:08am
"Don't talk about golf" – how caddies help elite golfers stay in the zone
The support offered by caddies can help elite golfers stay ‘in the zone’ even under the pressure of major championships, new research has revealed.
Published: 15th July 2015, 5:02pm
Wildlife in built-up areas: an undervalued part of our urban ecosystems
Urban wildlife such as deer, foxes and badgers should be cherished for the ecological benefits they bring to towns and cities, rather than feared as potentially harmful pests, scientists argue in a new report.
Published: 15th July 2015, 8:40am
Social computing experts help create bespoke social media analytics service
Social computing researchers have teamed up with a top London creative marketing and communications agency to create a new social media analytics programme.
Published: 14th July 2015, 8:40am
Science students helping families of war crime victims
The skeletal remains of a grandfather executed by soldiers more than 30 years ago during Guatemala’s brutal internal armed conflict have been exhumed and analysed by science students on a unique field trip.
Published: 10th July 2015, 8:47am
Student design team go for glory in international Soapbox Race
A dare-devil team of Lincoln design students will compete against amateur drivers from across the globe this weekend in one of the world’s wackiest non-motorised racing events.
Published: 9th July 2015, 10:59am