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Arable Horizons: agri-tech experts explore tomorrow’s farming technologies
Experts in agricultural robotics will lead an interactive industry event exploring tomorrow’s farming technologies as part of a new series examining some of the UK’s most exciting and innovative research fields.
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Published: 24th April 2017, 10:52am
Understanding the science of asthma
A free public lecture will examine the underlying science behind asthma – a condition that affects one in 11 people in the UK and costs the NHS billions of pounds every year but which largely remains a mystery to scientists, doctors and sufferers.
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Published: 21st April 2017, 12:15pm
Academia and industry combine to develop cutting-edge radar system for space travel
A new research partnership has been launched which will see university engineers working alongside a leading satellite technology company to develop a pioneering new radar system.
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Published: 20th April 2017, 1:24pm
Students’ creative energies focussed for Isaac Newton Building artwork competition
A giant piece of art created by students at the University of Lincoln, UK, has been unveiled as finishing touches were made this week on the University’s new £28million Isaac Newton Building where the artwork will take pride of place. The Isa...
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Published: 13th April 2017, 8:40am
Eye movement research could hold the key to early Parkinson’s diagnosis
The way people with Parkinson’s use their eyes to complete simple tasks in both the real world and working at computers is being investigated by neuroscientists – and the findings could help early diagnosis and improve their quality of life.
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Published: 12th April 2017, 12:14pm
Lincoln placed in UK top ten for international and postgraduate student satisfaction
The University of Lincoln has been named in the UK’s top ten for student satisfaction by postgraduate and international students in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2017.
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Published: 11th April 2017, 10:09am
Knight sculpture to go on display as anniversary celebrations begin
A spectacular sculpture of a knight created as part of the commemorations marking 800 years of the Battle of Lincoln and Charter of the Forest will go on public display for the first time at the University of Lincoln, UK.Visitors to the Unive...
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Published: 10th April 2017, 4:44pm
Ideas for change: students focus on innovative housing designs for an ageing population
Designs for housing that could help older people live longer and more comfortably in their local communities have been proposed by students from the University of Lincoln, UK, in a unique collaboration with regional specialist housing association, LA
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Published: 10th April 2017, 2:18pm
Improving healthcare commissioning for probation: mapping the landscape
Healthcare services available to people on probation and how they access them will be examined as part of a new research project.
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Published: 4th April 2017, 2:53pm
Lincoln alumna wins British Council Alumni Award
Vicki Phillips, an alumna of the University of Lincoln, UK, who has helped to improve the lives of countless children across the United States of America, has been named as a winner in the British Council Alumni Awards 2017.
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Published: 31st March 2017, 2:57pm
Discovery that ‘size matters’ in cell-to-cell communication could unlock new methods for disease diagnosis and treatment
Size really does matter when it comes to the mechanisms that cells use to communicate with each other, according to pioneering new nanobiotechnology research which has important implications for the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
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Published: 27th March 2017, 12:00pm