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Celebrations as Business School Hits Degree Apprenticeship Century

Published: 22nd May 2019

Management degree apprenticeships designed to help employers grow their own leadership talent have welcomed their 100th apprentice less than two years after they were launched in the business school at the University of Lincoln, UK.

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Plugging the Skills Gap: New Project to Embed Skilled Graduates into Regional Employment Opportunities

Published: 21st May 2019

Students will step up to a series of industry challenges set by employers and local authorities as part of a major new project to showcase regional career opportunities for skilled graduates.Major companies and organisations from across Linco...

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University of Lincoln Joins the Global Movement and Declares a Climate Emergency

Published: 16th May 2019

Climate change is the primary concern for young people across the world today and that concern is shared by our community at the University of Lincoln. The efforts of our young people has pushed climate change to the top of the news agenda and today

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Professor Behind ‘Holy Grail’ Medical Imaging System for Cancer Patients Named Among Nation’s Lifesavers

Published: 16th May 2019  (updated 16th May 2019, 10:47am)

A Distinguished Professor from The University of Lincoln has today been recognised for his exceptional contribution to keeping the nation healthy in a list of the Nations Lifesavers.

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Lincoln Professor ‘Thrilled’ to be Consultant on BAFTA-winning Documentary

Published: 13th May 2019

Krista Cowman, Professor of History and Director of Research for the College of Arts, offered her expertise for the documentary ‘Suffragettes with Lucy Wirsley’ which won the BAFTA for Specialist Factual Documentary at last night’s awards ceremony.&l

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Research Reveals Surprisingly Powerful Bite of Tiny Early Tetrapod

Published: 9th May 2019

Micro-CT scanning of a tiny snake-like fossil discovered in Scotland has shed new light on the elusive creature, thought to be one of the earliest known tetrapods to develop teeth that allowed it to crush its prey.Detailed scans of Ach...

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New Thomson Reuters Foundation MA in International Journalism

Published: 3rd May 2019  (updated 3rd May 2019, 11:14am)

Journalism students will now be offered a unique experience to study alongside top reporters in one of the world's most respected newsrooms at the Thomson Reuters Foundation's London headquarters.

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Future of Farming in Lincolnshire Strengthened Through New Agreement at Riseholme

Published: 3rd May 2019

The future of farming in Lincolnshire has been further strengthened through a landmark new agreement, which secures the provision of high quality land-based further and higher education at the University of Lincoln's Riseholme Campus for decades

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Lincoln Rises in New Complete University Guide

Published: 1st May 2019

The University of Lincoln has risen to 42nd place out of more than 130 UK universities featured in the <a href="https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/?&utm_source=press%20release&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020%20press%20rele

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20 Years in the Making: Scientists Are World’s Firsts to Reproduce Complete Copy of ‘Anti-Tumour Antibiotic’, Revealing New Ways to Combat Drug-Resistant Bacteria and Fight Cancer

Published: 24th April 2019

After 20 years of dedicated research, scientists have cracked the chemical code of an incredibly complex ‘anti-tumour antibiotic’ known to be highly effective against cancer cells as well as drug-resistant bacteria, and have reproduced it synthetical

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Could Climate Change Cause Infertility?

Published: 15th April 2019  (updated 17th April 2019, 10:25am)

A number of plant and animal species could find it increasingly difficult to reproduce if climate change worsens and global temperatures become more extreme – a stark warning highlighted by new scientific research.

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