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Pets could save NHS up to £2.45 billion a year: new report quantifies economic benefits of UK pets
Pets account for millions of pounds worth of economic activity in the UK and may reduce NHS costs by nearly two and a half billion pounds, according to a new report published today.
Published: 6th December 2016, 10:38am
Set sail for Treasure Island this Christmas
Theatre-goers will set sail on a swashbuckling adventure when staff and students from the University of Lincoln, UK, bring their own spectacular interpretation of Treasure Island to the stage.
Published: 5th December 2016, 1:30pm
Countryfile's Tom Heap explores the future of farming
BBC Countryfile presenter Tom Heap was the special guest at a showcase event to officially launch Lincolnshire’s research institute dedicated to supporting the future of British food and farming through research, education and training.
Published: 5th December 2016, 12:52pm
Making art accessible to visually impaired people
An innovative new project will explore the best ways to curate and design exhibitions to make them more accessible to blind and visually impaired people.
Published: 30th November 2016, 4:06pm
New research to explore public’s role in Parliamentary decision-making
A social scientist from the University of Lincoln, UK, will have rare access to Parliament to examine the relationship between the British public and the processes which shape political decision-making.
Published: 29th November 2016, 3:28pm
Showcasing the future of farming
Scientists from the University of Lincoln, UK, have been showcasing their research on the future of farming at some of the world’s biggest agri-tech events this month.
Published: 25th November 2016, 2:28pm
The art of making music: students inspired by top producer
Music students at the University of Lincoln, UK, had the chance to learn from one of the best in the business when they were treated to a masterclass from renowned sound engineer and record producer, Tony Platt.
Published: 22nd November 2016, 12:55pm
Reshaping our ideas of bacterial evolution
The shape of bacteria does not influence how well they can move – this is the surprising finding of new research which could have major implications for the future of the scientific and medical industries.
Published: 22nd November 2016, 11:20am
A pig’s life: how mood and personality affect the decisions of domestic pigs
The judgements and decisions a pig makes are governed by their mood – whether good or bad – and their personality type, according to new research published today.
Published: 16th November 2016, 9:36am
Youngsters get creative in Marvellous Mechanicals Big Draw event
Almost two hundred schoolchildren got creative when art and technology collided in a two-day drawing extravaganza at the University of Lincoln, UK.
Published: 15th November 2016, 4:23pm
UK’s first degree apprenticeships to support higher level skills for food manufacturing
New degree apprenticeships will help to deliver higher level skills needed by the food manufacturing sector, thanks to a major funding award from the Government.
Published: 10th November 2016, 10:16am