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Lincoln student secures prestigious architecture travel scholarship
An Architecture student from the University of Lincoln, UK, has been awarded the prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship to explore sustainable urban planning in some of the developing world's
Published: 23rd May 2017, 2:40pm
University renames building after Lady Nicola de la Haye – ‘the woman who saved England’
Influential Lincolnshire women of past and present were honoured today (Friday 19th May) in a ceremony that saw the University of Lincoln’s Vice Chancellor rename one its buildings the Nicola de la Haye Building.Professor Mary Stuart welcomed...
Published: 19th May 2017, 10:29am
Scientists tackle superbugs in world-first experiment for BBC documentary
An unprecedented experiment to examine the bacteria, both good and bad, which grow on human skin has taken centre stage in a new BBC documentary exploring one of the most pressing scientific issues of our time.
Published: 18th May 2017, 2:30pm
Lincoln in UK top 50 in Guardian University Guide 2018
The University of Lincoln has been rated in the UK's top 50 in the Guardian University Guide 2018, published today (16th May 2017).
Published: 16th May 2017, 12:40pm
The Newtonian Moment - free talk explores Sir Isaac Newton’s scientific legacy
The genius of Lincolnshire’s most famous scientific son will be the subject of a free public talk later this month, as the University of Lincoln, UK, opens the doors to its new Ł28 million Isaac Newton Building for the first time.
Published: 12th May 2017, 11:16am
Lincoln's iconic buildings provide perfect stage for city's first Festival of Creativity
A new four-week festival celebrating emerging creative talent will launch this month in Lincoln's first Festival of Creativity.
Published: 12th May 2017, 10:42am
World-first Proton CT images create a new vision for cancer treatment
An international team of scientists has produced the world’s first computerised tomography (CT) images of biological tissue using protons – a momentous step towards improving the quality and feasibility of Proton Therapy for cancer sufferers around t
Published: 11th May 2017, 10:29am
Computer scientists to contest ‘World Cup’ of robotics this summer
Computer scientists leading pioneering robotics research in the UK have been selected to take part in the ‘World Cup’ of robotics, which will be held in Japan this summer.
Published: 4th May 2017, 10:11am
Arable Horizons: agri-tech experts explore tomorrow’s farming technologies
Experts in agricultural robotics will lead an interactive industry event exploring tomorrow’s farming technologies as part of a new series examining some of the UK’s most exciting and innovative research fields.
Published: 24th April 2017, 10:52am
Understanding the science of asthma
A free public lecture will examine the underlying science behind asthma – a condition that affects one in 11 people in the UK and costs the NHS billions of pounds every year but which largely remains a mystery to scientists, doctors and sufferers.
Published: 21st April 2017, 12:15pm
Academia and industry combine to develop cutting-edge radar system for space travel
A new research partnership has been launched which will see university engineers working alongside a leading satellite technology company to develop a pioneering new radar system.
Published: 20th April 2017, 1:24pm