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Art exhibition invites audiences to travel through time at rural church
Visitors to a rural Lincolnshire church will be transported hundreds of years into the past, as part of an imaginative new art installation opening to the public next month.
Published: 14th April 2014, 8:57am
Industry award invites young entrepreneurs to step into ‘dragons’ den’
Promising young business minds were put to the test in the University of Lincoln’s own ‘dragons’ den’, as they competed for an annual entrepreneurship title.
Published: 11th April 2014, 11:41am
“Excellent partnerships” with industry at heart of success of National Centre for Food Manufacturing - Ofsted
The National Centre for Food Manufacturing (NCFM) has been praised for the valuable training it provides to the UK’s food manufacturing workforce by the national educational watchdog, Ofsted.
Published: 10th April 2014, 8:49am
Project will preserve community memories of Lincoln Cathedral
A project involving researchers at the University of Lincoln and the team at Lincoln Cathedral will see members of the public using a new Smartphone application to preserve and share their memories of events associated with local historic sites.
Published: 4th April 2014, 9:48am
Picture perfect: Lincoln library wins bid for precious collection of iconic magazines
A precious archive of iconic photojournalistic magazines will support research at the University of Lincoln, after its library team successfully won a bid to house a complete collection of Picture Post – one of Britain’s most significant war-time pub
Published: 3rd April 2014, 3:27pm
Student conference raises awareness of domestic abuse ‘behind closed doors’
The founder of one of the UK’s leading feminist campaigning organisations joined staff and students at the University of Lincoln at a one-day conference to raise awareness of domestic abuse.
Published: 3rd April 2014, 9:16am
Head of School will establish a ‘new chemistry’
The new Head of Chemistry at the University of Lincoln, UK, has described his vision to create a ‘new chemistry’ founded on pursuing science relevant to the needs of industry and producing research-active, commercially-aware graduates.
Published: 1st April 2014, 12:45pm
Inspiring young people through science and technology
School pupils are creating their own state-of-the-art 3D worlds thanks to youth charity The Prince’s Trust.
Published: 28th March 2014, 8:25am
"Printed" robot MARC to be showcased at national engineering event
A 3D-printed robot will be one of the star attractions at an annual event aimed at inspiring the next generation of manufacturers and engineers.
Published: 26th March 2014, 8:52am  (updated 27th March 2014, 8:43am)
Director of human decomposition research facility kicks off inspiring lecture series
The director of the first natural human decomposition laboratory in the world, Dr Dawnie Steadman, is launching the University of Lincoln’s Be Inspired lecture series on 7th April.
Published: 24th March 2014, 8:36am
Pets and their therapeutic effects
A prestigious Veterinary journal has published a feature in which Professor Daniel Mills and Dr Sophie Hall discuss the therapeutic effects of companion animals.
Published: 21st March 2014, 9:07am