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Children aged three to ten become latest “Summer Scientists”
Around 260 children have been given a taste of scientific research when they became ‘summer scientists’ this week, helped by staff and students as part of a major public research event.
Published: 26th August 2016, 9:55am
“Where do I sign?”: better e-petition systems could boost digital democracy at local level
E-petition systems used in local government across the UK could help to improve political participation and debate – but only if current systems are overhauled, according to new research by leading public policy scholars.
Published: 24th August 2016, 11:40am
The rights of men: medieval charter from King Edward I authenticated
Medieval scholars at the University of Lincoln, UK, have authenticated a 700-year-old king’s charter that put an end to a tax scandal blighting the historic city.
Published: 12th August 2016, 9:15am
Lincoln Celebrates Results of National Student Survey
The University of Lincoln has today been named as 11th in the UK for student satisfaction in the latest National Student Survey.
Published: 10th August 2016, 12:22pm
Presenting the future of proton therapy
A leading scientist making major strides in medical imaging, which could make proton therapy a viable treatment for many more cancer sufferers, will present his latest findings – including a new type of proton imaging – at a prestigious conference ne
Published: 9th August 2016, 2:04pm
From Liu Village to Lincoln: residents join designers in street fashion showcase
A neighbourhood in Lincoln was transformed into a street fashion studio and catwalk through a collaboration between local residents and designers from the University of Lincoln.
Published: 3rd August 2016, 9:33am
“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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Published: 14th July 2016, 3:52pm