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Life Sciences and Chemistry research showcase
Drug development for cancer and assisting crime scene investigations were just two research areas being showcased at the University of Lincoln’s School of Life Sciences and School of Chemistry’s undergraduate poster conference.
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Published: 5th May 2015, 8:56am
Five free exhibitions to see in Lincoln this summer
A series of five thought-provoking exhibitions will launch in the historic city of Lincoln this summer, encouraging art-lovers to explore subjects as diverse as politics, historical archiving, and how best to fill a blank piece of paper.
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Published: 30th April 2015, 10:16am
Malaria drug expert to turn sights on new diseases
An organic chemist who has advanced scientific understanding of drug resistance in malaria will be turning his sights on tuberculosis and age-related illnesses after joining the University of Lincoln, UK.
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Published: 28th April 2015, 8:55am
Lincoln named among England's top 40 universities
The University of Lincoln has been named among the top 40 English universities in the first major student guide of this year.
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Published: 27th April 2015, 11:35am
Journalism graduate scoops top award
A graduate from the University of Lincoln has been named Journalism Student of the Year at the inaugural Midlands Media Student Awards.
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Published: 24th April 2015, 8:45am
Iridescent animals shine to startle predators
Animals which appear to shimmer and shine may have evolved these qualities as a way to startle predators, new research suggests.
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Published: 23rd April 2015, 12:17pm
Literature-inspired art festival launches in Lincoln
A nightclub, a church, an underground Roman gateway and a 12th century Guildhall once used for storing royal wines are some of the unusual locations which will be transformed by a new literature-inspired arts festival.
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Published: 23rd April 2015, 9:31am
Video games in care homes: connecting older adults, or exposing age-related vulnerability?
Introducing video games as a means of bringing older adults in long-term care together may not always be an easy task, according to new research.
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Published: 20th April 2015, 2:21pm
Magna Carta and the Levellers
The effect Magna Carta had on radical political thought in the 17th Century will be examined in the latest in a series of public lectures celebrating the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the historic document.  
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Published: 20th April 2015, 11:33am
A place in the country: What makes rural living attractive?
Researchers have launched a new study examining what makes a place in the country attractive for house-hunters planning a move to rural Lincolnshire.
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Published: 17th April 2015, 1:08pm
University Library shortlisted for national award
The Great Central Warehouse Library at the University of Lincoln is in contention for another prestigious award.
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Published: 17th April 2015, 12:05pm