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Rural enterprise: exploring the challenges and opportunities
The entrepreneurial flair of rural businesses has been examined in a conference at the University of Lincoln, UK, which highlighted how innovative ways of working are creating new opportunities across local economies.
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Published: 20th June 2016, 11:56am
1215.today one year on: latest digital art projects revealed
The latest creative work commissioned by the 1215.today digital arts project has been revealed at a special event marking one year since the site’s launch.
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Published: 16th June 2016, 9:50am
New tool to track impact of climate change on heritage sites
A new tool will enable conservation experts to monitor the impact of climate change on the fabric of historic buildings and other heritage sites for up to a century at a time.
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Published: 9th June 2016, 1:13pm
Higher wages for UK’s lowest paid improve productivity
A far-reaching new study has provided the most compelling evidence yet that the introduction of the National Minimum Wage significantly increased productivity in tens of thousands of UK companies over the decade since it became law.
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Published: 26th May 2016, 12:39pm
Lincoln creatives up for top marks in New Blood Awards
A record number of creative students from the University of Lincoln, UK, have been nominated for this year’s prestigious Design & Art Direction (D&AD) New Blood Awards.
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Published: 25th May 2016, 2:07pm  (updated 25th May 2016, 2:13pm)
Don’t feed the monkeys: why your generosity is harming their health
Tourists who feed wild monkeys in Morocco are risking the health of an endangered species by making them larger, more susceptible to disease, and more stressed, according to new research.
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Published: 24th May 2016, 11:46am
New research maps in unique detail the devastation of the Black Death on medieval England
An innovative new archaeological study has revealed in detail for the first time how individual towns, villages and hamlets across swathes of medieval England were decimated by the Black Death.
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Published: 23rd May 2016, 4:51pm
New research points the finger at old assumptions on how children learn to direct attention
The old adage that ‘it’s rude to point’ might need a rethink after new research showed that young children struggle to make sense of common symbols like arrows, and respond best to a pointing finger to direct their gaze.
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Published: 18th May 2016, 10:43am
Innovative designs in the spotlight at annual fashion showcase
Innovative clothing and costume designs inspired by sleep states, macabre Victorian photography and brutalist architecture will be among the collections featured in the University of Lincoln’s annual Graduate Fashion Show.
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Published: 18th May 2016, 10:36am
Industrial partnership puts engineering students at cutting edge of automation technologies
The University of Lincoln, UK, has launched a pioneering collaboration with one of the world’s largest private industrial automation companies.
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Published: 17th May 2016, 3:00pm
New discoveries about medieval England presented in innovative conference
New discoveries uncovered at medieval sites across the East of England have been examined in a new form of conference in which academics, consultants and members of the public presented their data and discussed ideas.
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Published: 11th May 2016, 3:01pm