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Honorary Graduates Join Students for Celebration of Achievements

Published: 24th January 2020

The UK's most senior military officer in North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the broadcaster responsible for bringing commercial radio to Lincolnshire have both been honoured with awards from the University of Lincoln this week.

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Science and Tech Support and £20,000 for Food Sector

Published: 16th January 2020

Food and drink manufacturers can access up to £20,000 and specialist advice as part of the new UEZ Fund Programme launched by the University of Lincoln.  

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First 3D-Printed Sensor-Operated Prosthetic Arm for Toddlers Prototyped by UK Engineers

Published: 13th January 2020

A prototype for the first 3D-printed, sensor-operated prosthetic arm designed for toddlers under two years-old has been developed by UK engineers.

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Leading Mathematician to Deliver Talk on AI and Creativity

Published: 7th January 2020  (updated 7th January 2020, 1:59pm)

One of the UK’s best-known mathematicians will deliver a public lecture about artificial intelligence and the nature of creativity at the University of Lincoln later this month.

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Ice Sheet Melting: Estimates Still Uncertain, Experts Warn

Published: 18th December 2019

Estimates used by climate scientists to predict the rate at which the world’s ice sheets will melt are still uncertain despite advancements in technology, new research shows.

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Dr Phil Hammond Prescribes a Good Talking To

Published: 17th December 2019  (updated 17th December 2019, 3:54pm)

Doctor Phil Hammond is prescribing a good talking to for students at the University of Lincoln when it was announced today that he will be joining an impressive line-up of prestigious speakers at the top 20 University in the New Year.

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New Grant to Fund Technical Education for Adults

Published: 28th November 2019

Workers in North East Lincolnshire and the Lincolnshire coast will get the chance to develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) thanks to a round of funding granted to the University of Lincoln.

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A Monkey's Balancing Act: How species in the wild are managing the risks and rewards of sharing space with humans

Published: 25th November 2019

Endangered monkeys living in the wild are intelligently adapting their lifestyle to fit with their human neighbours, learning to avoid manmade risks and exploiting increased contact with people, new research has revealed.

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New Suite of Fully Online Business Master's Courses Launched

Published: 22nd November 2019

A new suite of fully online business Master's courses has been launched to help working professionals and ambitious graduates enhance their management credentials.

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Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) – How the Arts are Promoting Peace in Post-Conflict Rwanda

Published: 19th November 2019

The arts are having a significant impact on communities across Rwanda thanks to a project exploring how disciplines like dance, drama and music can empower young people to be a driving force for peacebuilding.

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Digital Technology and Food Manufacturing: The Next Steps for the Industry

Published: 8th November 2019

From using satellites to track asparagus crops, to measuring the lean meat percentage of pork using a high-tech camera, companies across the £28.2bn UK food manufacturing supply chain are embracing emerging technologies in new and interesting ways.

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