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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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From Sherlock to The Shire Ė Renowned Artist Joins Great Lives Line Up

Published: 8th November 2019

A renowned textual artist and designer known for his work designing coins for the Royal Mint will visit Lincoln later this month in a change to the recently announced Great Lives Autumn line up.

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Robots, Ghost Stories and Lincolnís Roman Roots to Feature as Part of Being Human Festival

Published: 8th November 2019

Discover what life was like inside a Victorian asylum, programme a robot tour guide or shine in a magical lantern parade as part of the Being Human Festival which is due to take place in the city later this month.

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New VR Game to Help Researchers Understand Predator and Prey Movements

Published: 7th November 2019

Researchers have developed a free virtual reality game which allows players to experience the thrill of the hunt as a hungry predator feasting on swarming flies.

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Massive Fangs and a Death Crush: How a 370 Million Year Old Tetrapod Hunted and Killed

Published: 24th October 2019

The habits of a needle-toothed tetrapod which lived more than 370 million years ago have filled in a piece of the evolutionary puzzle thanks to new research.  

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Award for Telling the Stories of "1,000 Lost Voices"

Published: 18th October 2019

An exhibition which tells the lost stories of thousands of people during the Second World War has won an award for its visitor experience.

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New Digital Peer Support Networks to Help Transition from School to University

Published: 10th October 2019

Students going to university for the first time will be able to access new peer-to-peer support networks in person and online to help smooth the transition to higher education as part of a major new Government-backed project.

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#WhyArtsMatter: Putting Arts Back on the Agenda

Published: 9th October 2019

A new campaign #WhyArtsMatter has launched today (Wednesday 9 October 2019) to raise awareness of the scope of the arts and its importance in our cultural and economic fabric.

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Millions Struggling to Pay Council Tax and Other Essential Bills

Published: 8th October 2019  (updated 8th October 2019, 1:46pm)

Poverty is increasing in the UK even among those in work, according to new research.

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Famous Names from Literature, the Creative Arts and Broadcasting Announced in Latest Line Up for Popular Public Lecture Series

Published: 7th October 2019

The former Poet Laureate, a prominent broadcaster and environmental campaigner and a celebrated satirical cartoonist and illustrator will visit the city as the next guest speakers for a popular public lecture series it has been announced.

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Funders and Philanthropic Donors Mark Start of Medical School Construction

Published: 26th September 2019  (updated 26th September 2019, 11:21am)

Charitable organisations, grant funders and philanthropic donors whose gifts and grants are helping to build one of Englandís new medical schools have taken turf-cutting honours at a ceremony to mark the start of construction.More than £21 mi...

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