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“Us versus them” social traits may have evolved in monkeys before humans
Our closest primate relatives may have evolved “us versus them” social traits as a means to cope with competition from rival groups of monkeys long before this behaviour first occurred in humans, new research suggests.
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Published: 21st July 2016, 10:36am
Smuggled diplomatic diaries from dawn of Cold War to be made freely available online 70 years on
An extraordinary collection of diplomatic diaries smuggled from Moscow to Paris as Communism swept across the East almost 70 years ago will be digitized and made freely available online for the first time.
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Published: 20th July 2016, 12:26pm
Dogs de-stress families with autistic children, new research shows
Owning a pet dog reduces stress and significantly improves functioning in families who have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), new research has shown.
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Published: 20th July 2016, 10:51am
Howzat! New website delivers stories from cricket's rich history in Lincolnshire
Historical records, photographs and recollections capturing stories from two centuries of cricket in the county of Lincolnshire are brought together in a new local heritage website launched this summer.
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Published: 18th July 2016, 2:52pm
It’s all in the genes: New research reveals why some chickens are resistant to bird flu
The genes of some chickens make them almost completely resistant to a serious strain of bird flu, new research has revealed.
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Published: 14th July 2016, 3:52pm
Lincoln secures share of £16 million to address global agricultural challenges
Scientists at the University of Lincoln, UK, will lead three pioneering research projects as part of a new wave of government funding aimed at solving some of the world’s greatest agricultural challenges.
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Published: 13th July 2016, 10:38am
Boole's laws of thought inspire new sculpture by the Brayford
A new sculpture inspired by the genius of George Boole, the Lincoln-born mathematician whose work laid the theoretical foundations for the digital age, has been unveiled on the banks of Lincoln’s Brayford Pool.
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Published: 8th July 2016, 2:03pm
New study to examine cell communication in the diabetic kidney
A scientist from the University of Lincoln, UK, has won a prestigious funding award from the national Physiological Society to launch new research examining cell-to-cell communication in the diabetic kidney.
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Published: 7th July 2016, 12:38pm
Boxik – an addictive new mobile game from a trio of talented students
An addictive new mobile game developed by a trio of student programmers who teamed up at a one-day coding jam has been released across Apple and Android platforms.
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Published: 6th July 2016, 3:14pm
TRANSIT: a new airport system to save time, money and carbon emissions
Aviation engineering specialists have secured a £1 million research grant to develop a pioneering new aircraft routing and scheduling system that could see operations increase by 50% at some of the world’s busiest airports.
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Published: 6th July 2016, 9:10am
Psychology programme at Lincoln wins innovation award
An undergraduate course at the University of Lincoln has been handed a prestigious award by the British Psychological Society after demonstrating an ethos of partnership between staff and students.  
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Published: 29th June 2016, 3:06pm