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Discovery that ‘size matters’ in cell-to-cell communication could unlock new methods for disease diagnosis and treatment
Size really does matter when it comes to the mechanisms that cells use to communicate with each other, according to pioneering new nanobiotechnology research which has important implications for the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Published: 27th March 2017, 12:00pm
Suffrage Science Award for Lincoln psychology professor
A psychology professor whose research on childhood development has helped to teach children safe behaviour with dogs has been recognised for her work with a Suffrage Women in Science Award.  
Published: 27th March 2017, 9:46am
Rare cricket family sheds light on how extinct Jurassic species evolved into the modern acoustic insects we know today
World-first research into a rare family of insects will help scientists understand how the common bush-crickets we are familiar with today developed their highly specialised acoustic functions.
Published: 17th March 2017, 8:43am
Are we speaking clearly? Lord Boateng examines changing global attitudes to education
A House of Lords peer and global development campaigner will examine how communication and education between nationalities plays a key role in helping people from around the world understand each other’s values in the next Great Minds guest lecture.
Published: 15th March 2017, 10:14am
New project to help students overcome barriers to academic success
The University of Lincoln, UK, is contributing to a major new £485,000 project designed to ensure that students confronted by challenging circumstances during their time at university can get the most from their studies.
Published: 13th March 2017, 10:07am
Up the Imps! University students and staff cheer on city’s football heroes
Students and staff at the University of Lincoln, UK, are preparing to cheer on the city’s history-making football team, Lincoln City FC, in their Emirates FA Cup quarter-final match against Arsenal this weekend.
Published: 10th March 2017, 9:29am
Local Growth Minister tours Lincoln science facilities as new funding confirmed
Communities and Local Growth Minister Andrew Percy MP visited the University of Lincoln today to tour science facilities and confirm a multi-million pound cash boost for growth in Greater Lincolnshire.His visit coincided with the announcement...
Published: 9th March 2017, 5:11pm
Indie-Lincs: international film festival to showcase original talent
Independent film makers from around the world will come together at the University of Lincoln, UK, this month when the international film festival, Indie-Lincs, returns to the city.
Published: 8th March 2017, 11:25am
Computing pioneer to launch equality centre and deliver free public talk
Pioneering businesswoman and philanthropist Dame Stephanie ‘Steve’ Shirley will deliver a free public talk at the University of Lincoln, UK, offering a fascinating insight into her life and career.
Published: 8th March 2017, 9:58am
Top financial expert shares experiences at latest Great Minds
One of the UK’s top financial experts has shared details of her career and varied experiences in the latest instalment of the Great Minds guest lecture series at the University of Lincoln, UK.
Published: 6th March 2017, 5:01pm
Could your pet contribute to pioneering animal research?
Pet owners are being invited to sign up to an academic database which is used to recruit participants for pioneering pet-friendly animal behaviour research.
Published: 6th March 2017, 9:46am