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Former Poet Laureate Launches Schools Poetry Competition

Published: 15th January 2021

Former Poet Laureate Dame Carol Ann Duffy is today launching a new poetry competition to inspire children and young people to use their imagination and get creative.

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University to Deliver Training to the Royal Navy

Published: 11th January 2021

An ambitious new training programme to equip Royal Navy personnel with the skills and expertise they need to face future challenges will benefit from the academic expertise of the University of Lincoln, UK.

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New AgriTech Accelerator Helping Start-ups to Grow - Sowing the Seeds of British Farming

Published: 7th January 2021

A new 10-week virtual accelerator designed to help early stage agricultural technology businesses to drive innovation in the UK's agriculture sector is being launched in Lincolnshire.

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Join Industry Experts Live for Online Journalism Course

Published: 7th January 2021

The University of Lincoln, UK, has joined forces with the Thomson Reuters Foundation to produce a one-day masterclass in human rights reporting.

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Climate Change Caused the Demise of Central Asia's Forgotten River Civilizations, Not Genghis Khan

Published: 15th December 2020  (updated 15th December 2020, 10:54am)

A new study challenges the long-held view that the destruction of Central Asia's medieval river civilizations was a direct result of the Mongol invasion in the early 13th century CE. The Aral Sea basin in Central Asia and the major rivers flo...

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Lincoln Students to Benefit from Bloomberg Terminal Laboratory on Campus

Published: 15th December 2020

Business students will soon be able to benefit from access to the data and software used by global leaders in business and finance, enhancing their studies and enabling them to develop the industry-ready skills employers are seeking.

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Supporting the Mental Health of Young People Through Art

Published: 11th December 2020

A new project will use an innovative arts-based approach to promote mental wellbeing among young people and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New Campaign Supports Lifelong ‘Right to Learn'

Published: 9th December 2020

A new campaign supported by Vice Chancellor Professor Mary Stuart has launched today, supporting lifelong access to high-quality education and training.

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New Initiative to Create Tailored Public Health Information for Young People

Published: 2nd December 2020

A new project will promote public health information about COVID-19 to students and young people in Lincolnshire, helped by funding from the Lincolnshire Community Foundation.

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"Studying Poetry Changed My Life Forever"

Published: 27th November 2020

From redundancy to international award-winning writer, a postgraduate course has been genuinely life changing Fee Griffin.

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Microsoft Joins Forces with University to Help Students Prepare for Digital Revolution

Published: 23rd November 2020

Educating and empowering students to thrive in the digital economy is the common vision of a Shared Goals Agreement between Microsoft and the University of Lincoln, UK.

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