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Sniffing Out the Most Effective Training Method for Detection Animals

Published: 15th April 2021  (updated 15th April 2021, 5:28pm)

From tracking criminals and missing people to sniffing out explosives and even some forms of disease, detection animals play an important role in helping to keep people safe around the world.

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Multi-million Pound ‘Trusted Bytes' Project to Boost Productivity of the Global Fresh Produce Trade

Published: 12th April 2021  (updated 12th April 2021, 9:54am)

A ground-breaking collaborative project, funded by Innovate UK, aims to boost supply chain productivity across the fresh produce sector by establishing an industry-wide system for trusted data exchange.

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Digital Arts Project Provides Vital Virtual Support for Genocide Commemorations in Rwanda

Published: 8th April 2021  (updated 8th April 2021, 12:24pm)

Survivors of the Rwandan Genocide are taking part in new virtual memorial events using video conferencing platforms as organisers of the country's annual commemorations and support networks adapt to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Young People to Turn the Tables by Posing Their Questions to Legendary TV Newsreader Jon Snow

Published: 1st April 2021  (updated 1st April 2021, 1:08pm)

From the fall of the Berlin Wall and the release of Nelson Mandela, to the War in Iraq and Barack Obama's inauguration, legendary journalist Jon Snow has reported on some of the biggest new stories of the last three decades.

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New Building Cements Ambition to Establish a Centre of Excellence for Food Industry Innovation in Lincolnshire

Published: 31st March 2021  (updated 31st March 2021, 4:32pm)

Food industry businesses will soon be able to benefit from state-of-the-art technology at a brand-new, bespoke agri-food research and development facility in Lincolnshire.

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Role of University in Regional Development Highlighted in New National Publication

Published: 31st March 2021  (updated 31st March 2021, 11:09am)

A new national assessment of how universities contribute to regional economies and communities highlights the role of the University of Lincoln in helping to ‘level up' local areas.

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New ‘Data Trust' Technology Could Transform Food Supply Chains, Safety and Traceability

Published: 26th March 2021  (updated 26th March 2021, 9:33am)

A new report by food industry researchers published by the UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA) highlights the potential of a breakthrough technology to promote information exchange across food industry supply chains that may further support consumer

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'Green Whistle' Inhaled Painkiller Found to be Quickest Form of Pain Relief in Ambulances

Published: 24th March 2021

A new study has revealed that an inhaled painkiller recently introduced to the UK can relieve severe pain two to three times quicker than conventional therapies, such as gas and air or morphine, following traumatic injury.

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New Theatre Project Uses Census Returns to Tell the Story of A City Through One Home

Published: 18th March 2021  (updated 18th March 2021, 3:00pm)

This month, residents across the UK will be asked to take part in the Census – the survey which has offered a snapshot of British society every ten years since 1801, and which is used to inform decisions on public services.

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£1 million Grant to Help Improve the Health of Rural Communities Around the World

Published: 17th March 2021  (updated 17th March 2021, 3:26pm)

In its first year, a newly established research institute to address the unique health issues facing rural communities has received a boost with a £1 million grant from the Wolfson Foundation.

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The Cat's Out of The Bag: Controlled Outdoor Space is Key to Happiness

Published: 4th March 2021  (updated 4th March 2021, 2:36pm)

As national restrictions have limited our social interactions and kept millions of people at home, many families have seen their households grow with the addition of a new pet.

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