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Armistice 100 schools poetry competition with Carol Ann Duffy and Imtiaz Dharker
An international poetry competition commemorating next year’s centenary of Armistice Day has been launched by the University of Lincoln, UK, with support of the Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, and winner of the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry, Imtiaz D
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Published: 17th November 2017, 9:45am
Celebrating excellence: outstanding students awarded scholarships
The outstanding academic achievements of students at the University of Lincoln, UK, were celebrated yesterday (Wednesday 15th November 2017) when a series of prestigious scholarships were awarded.
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Published: 16th November 2017, 9:53am
Staff and students showcase creative work at prestigious independent short film festival
Staff and students from the University of Lincoln, UK, have showcased their creative work as part of the prestigious Aesthetica Short Film Festival.
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Published: 15th November 2017, 11:30am
Now you see me! New insect species mimics dead leaves for camouflage
A new species of bushcricket which mimics dead leaves to the point of near invisibility and sings so loud humans can hear it has been examined for the first time using advanced technologies to reveal the unusual acoustic properties of its wings.
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Published: 13th November 2017, 10:14am
Getting Selected: public event to examine the changing role of women in Parliament
Female leaders, equal rights activists and scholars will come together in Lincoln this month ahead of next year’s centenary of women gaining the right to vote and stand for Parliament, and will ask the question: how has the process of being selected
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Published: 9th November 2017, 3:35pm
Significant breakthrough on road to new superbug-killing antibiotic teixobactin
Scientists working to develop a ‘game-changing’ new antibiotic have made a significant advance towards creating commercially viable drug treatments by producing two simplified synthetic versions which are as potent as its natural form.
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Published: 7th November 2017, 9:19am
Autonomous forklift trucks which can work safely around humans in development
Scientists are working to develop new fleets of autonomous ‘self-optimising’ forklift trucks which can operate safely and efficiently in warehouses alongside human co-workers, and automatically adapt to changing work demands.
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Published: 3rd November 2017, 4:22pm
New study offers insights into a dog’s life in families with children
Millions of families know how rewarding and enjoyable dog ownership can be – but now a new study has for the first time examined the quality of life for a pet dog owned by a family with children.
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Published: 2nd November 2017, 9:25am
All About Bats and Owls: Chris Packham's Halloween wildlife talk to be live streamed
With their leathery wings or a night time "hoot", bats and owls are intrinsically linked with Halloween – and this year, nature enthusiasts will be given an up close look at them with a live streamed talk by Chris Packham.
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Published: 30th October 2017, 3:10pm
Release your inner Jedi and meet YouTubers Goodboy Guides and The CaffCast
Embark on a Star Wars themed epic adventure in a free-to-attend showcase of future technologies at the University of Lincoln.
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Published: 26th October 2017, 8:57am
Isaac Newton Building to inspire scientists of the future
The University of Lincoln's Isaac Newton Building, which has become home to thousands of scientists, engineers and mathematicians of the future, has been officially opened today (Thursday 19th October) by the UK's most senior scientist, Profe
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Published: 19th October 2017, 4:14pm