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Finding fault: study of Maglev train suspensions paves way for simpler industrial fault detection through AI
A new approach of industrial fault detection based on Artificial Intelligence has been studied on the electro-magnetic suspension of floating Maglev trains and could be applied to other safety-critical control systems, scientists believe.
Published: 22nd May 2015, 12:54pm
Catwalk show shines a light on future fashion talent
A spotlight will shine on the future of the creative fashion industry when the University of Lincoln raises the curtain for its annual Graduate Fashion Show.
Published: 21st May 2015, 10:29am
Owning a pet dog can help parents of children with autism
A new study has highlighted the potential for pet dogs to reduce stress in parents of children with autism.
Published: 21st May 2015, 8:43am
Real-time data sharing can make airports greener
Aviation engineering experts have revealed a new framework that could reduce delays, improve efficiency and cut pollution at major international airports.
Published: 19th May 2015, 8:47am
Could a new computer programme help your baby stay healthy?
A new computer programme will help health visitors to calculate the likelihood of babies becoming overweight in later life.
Published: 18th May 2015, 12:32pm
British Council grant supports research into sustainable future for Egypt
Grant funding from the British Council will enable an international team of researchers to address pressing environmental issues affecting poor communities living in underdeveloped areas of Egypt.
Published: 18th May 2015, 10:37am
Pets on Prozac drug treatment can help anxious dogs
Dogs who suffer with separation anxiety become more optimistic when taking the animal equivalent of Prozac during behavioural treatment, according to the results of an innovative new study.
Published: 14th May 2015, 8:50am
Sculptures on tour and up for auction as part of national design initiative
A collection of concrete sheep sculptures created by budding artists and designers will be showcased as part of a major exhibition set to tour art galleries around the UK.
Published: 13th May 2015, 11:54am
One gene closer to helping sufferers of rare genetic disorder
A new study has separately confirmed and significantly built on recent research, identifying mutations of a gene that causes the uncommon but potentially fatal Adams-Oliver syndrome.
Published: 12th May 2015, 8:48am
Celebrity dog trainer to speak at dog bite prevention conference
Renowned dog trainer Victoria Stilwell, from Channel 4s Its Me or the Dog, will be joined by some of the UKs top animal-related professionals at the National Dog Bite Prevention and Behaviour Conference at the University of Lincoln, UK.
Published: 11th May 2015, 8:40am
Leading photo historian breaks silence with Lincoln lecture
A professor who made international headlines with his analysis of one of the oldest photographs in the world will break years of silence with a free public lecture at the University of Lincoln, UK.
Published: 7th May 2015, 12:24pm