Latest News

Subscribe to this news feed what is this?
Computer scientists achieve breakthrough in pheromone-based swarm communications in robots
An innovative, effective and low-cost system which replicates in robots the pheromone-based communication of insect swarms is now being made available to robotics and artificial intelligence researchers after an important breakthrough at the Universi
Published: 26th November 2015, 2:48pm
New research reveals extinction is key to terrestrial vertebrate diversity
Periods of high extinction on Earth, rather than evolutionary adaptations, may have been a key driver in the diversification of amniotes (today’s dominant land vertebrates, including reptiles, birds, and mammals), according to new research published
Published: 23rd November 2015, 4:04pm
Lincoln leads major new study into how students develop employability skills
The University of Lincoln, UK, will lead a major new study exploring how extra-curricular activities can contribute to students' academic success and employability skills.
Published: 23rd November 2015, 3:13pm
Lincoln welcomes new Deputy Vice Chancellor
The University of Lincoln, UK, has welcomed Professor Susan Rigby as its new Deputy Vice Chancellor.
Published: 20th November 2015, 10:28am
Scholarships awarded in honour of academic achievements
The academic excellence and achievements of new students at the University of Lincoln, UK, have been celebrated through scholarship awards to support their academic learning.
Published: 18th November 2015, 3:47pm  (updated 19th November 2015, 8:54am)
Showcasing the cutting edge of new agri-food technology
Robotic harvesting of vegetables, automated weeding techniques and the use of sensitive disease detection software were among the innovative technologies showcased at the UK’s National Centre for Food Manufacturing as part of a new agri-tech initiati
Published: 12th November 2015, 3:55pm
Employers facing significant increase in wage bill for National Living Wage
The cost to employers of implementing the new National Living Wage will be significantly higher than official estimates with towns and cities outside of London and the South East disproportionately affected, according to new analysis.
Published: 9th November 2015, 10:35am
Competition to create sculpture as monument to Magna Carta
A new sculpture will be created as a lasting testament to this year’s 800th anniversary celebrations of Magna Carta – with students now being set the challenge of designing the monument.
Published: 6th November 2015, 12:05pm
Students start out on unique volunteering partnership with police
Community-focused students from the University of Lincoln, UK, have started out on a new volunteering pathway which could lead to a career in policing.
Published: 6th November 2015, 10:06am
Is the criminal justice system working for victims?
A leading law scholar who specialises in studying the treatment of victims in the UK’s criminal justice system  will examine the successes and shortcomings of the UK’s ‘pro-victim agenda’ in a free public lecture this month.
Published: 5th November 2015, 9:28am
New research demands rethink on Darwin’s theory of ‘fecundity selection’
A key concept in Darwin’s theory of evolution which suggests nature favours larger females that can produce greater numbers of off-spring must be redefined according to scientists behind ground-breaking research published today (3rd November 2015).
Published: 3rd November 2015, 2:27pm