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Information evening for parents on applying to university
Parents and carers are being invited to join the University of Lincoln for a special information evening about how to support and advise children applying to university.
Published: 17th January 2017, 11:25am
Students celebrate university success at graduation
The start of 2017 has seen the beginning of a new chapter in the lives of hundreds of University of Lincoln students when they graduated at Lincoln Cathedral this week.
Published: 17th January 2017, 9:37am
New research explores the effect of winter dormancy on cold-blooded cognition
Unlike mammals, amphibians who rest up during the winter do not forget the memories they made beforehand – this is the surprising discovery of new scientific research.
Published: 12th January 2017, 10:16am
New research sheds light on why plants change sex
Plants with a particular breeding system change their sex depending on how much light they receive, new scientific research has revealed.
Published: 10th January 2017, 11:11am
Life and death in Ambridge – Academic Archers conference returns in 2017
A conference dedicated to exploring different aspects of life as depicted in The Archers returns in 2017 - with a special examination of the show's dramatic attempted murder storyline.
Published: 9th January 2017, 2:41pm
Out in the cold: why are the oldest people the most excluded?
People over the age of 85 are significantly more likely to suffer social exclusion than those in the 65 to 84-year-old bracket, according to new research.
Published: 4th January 2017, 12:45pm
Evolution of ideas: scientists to decode genetic story of Newton’s apple
Scientists will connect two of the most important scientific theories of all time – the law of universal gravitation and the theory of evolution – by unravelling the genetic code of the apple which inspired Isaac Newton’s greatest discovery 350 years
Published: 22nd December 2016, 9:34am
Variation in butterfly eggs is driven by female promiscuity
The eggs of some butterfly and moth species vary to give females control over the paternity of their offspring, according to new research published today.
Published: 21st December 2016, 10:29am
A social network for fish: improving understanding of welfare in scientific studies
Researchers have won a major new grant award for a study that will help to improve the welfare of live fish used in scientific tests.
Published: 20th December 2016, 10:48am
Lincoln graduate wins national journalism award
A former Journalism student from the University of Lincoln, UK, has scooped a top accolade at the 2016 Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC) Student Journalism Awards.
Published: 14th December 2016, 12:49pm
Geomorphological science roadmap can help mitigate severe storm and flood damage
A group of world-leading geomorphologists have laid out how their discipline can help policymakers and practitioners develop more effective storm and flood-damage limitation and mitigation strategies.
Published: 14th December 2016, 9:25am