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More Adult Learners Set to Benefit from New Technical Skills at Lincolnshire Institute of Technology

Published: 14th October 2021

Adult learners are to benefit from free courses at the Lincolnshire Institute of Technology (IoT) that will help them to rapidly upskill or retrain, and in turn plug local skills gaps.  

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One Step Greener: Artists Invited to Contribute in Climate Week Art Exhibition

Published: 11th October 2021

The UN Climate Change Conference, COP26, is coming to the UK in November and artists are being invited to mark the occasion.

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Research Reveals the Benefits to Social Care of Assistive Technology at Home

Published: 1st October 2021

A new research project is investigating how affordable home technology could be used to enhance social care and improve the lives of almost 12,000 adults in Lincolnshire.

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Lincoln Student Shortlisted for Prestigious Global Award

Published: 28th September 2021

A student from the University of Lincoln, UK, has been shortlisted for an international award that recognises exceptional students across the world who make a significant impact on learning, the lives of their peers and wider society.

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Zero Carbon Tour bus travels UK in the lead-up to COP26

Published: 24th September 2021

An electric tour bus is travelling the country in the run up to COP26 with environmental engagement sessions scheduled in several UK cities, including Lincoln.

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UK University Launches First-of-its-kind Cloud Computing Course with Microsoft To Bridge Digital Skills Gap

Published: 20th September 2021  (updated 20th September 2021, 1:11pm)

A first-of-its-kind cloud computing course has been launched in the UK to help give students the highly sought-after skills they need to launch their digital careers.

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New Processing and Cooking Technology Helps Food Manufacturers Reduce Carbon and Energy Consumption

Published: 15th September 2021  (updated 15th September 2021, 2:25pm)

Scientists have uncovered new ways for food industry manufacturers to help tackle climate change by altering their cooking techniques to reduce energy consumption.

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My Dog Does Understand Me: New Research Shows Dogs Can Relate Human Emotions to Subsequent Actions

Published: 2nd September 2021  (updated 2nd September 2021, 10:11am)

New research has shed light on how an understanding of human emotions by man's best friend can help them predict our behaviour and informs their decision making.

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Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, Caroline Criado-Perez and Sidney McFarlane Honoured by the University of Lincoln

Published: 1st September 2021

The UK's Deputy Chief Medical Officer, a bestselling author and campaigner, and a Windrush military veteran are some of the notable names who will be receiving honorary degrees alongside hundreds of graduating students next week.

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University of Lincoln Receives Race Equality Charter Bronze Award

Published: 26th August 2021

The University of Lincoln, UK, has received the prestigious Race Equality Charter Bronze Award for its efforts to tackle racial inequality.  

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New Million-pound Research Project to Investigate Support for Long Covid Patients

Published: 17th August 2021  (updated 17th August 2021, 11:56am)

As the country learns to adapt to the long-term effects of the coronavirus pandemic, a major new million-pound research project will consider how best to support individuals suffering from ‘long Covid'.

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