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University of Lincoln Staff Support the NHS and Appeal for Your Help

Published: 30th March 2020

Manufacturing safety visors and producing ventilators are just some of the ways the University of Lincoln is helping tackle the global Coronavirus crisis.

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Love Island, Mental Health and University - Lincoln Takes it to the Next Stage for the Virtual Classroom

Published: 24th March 2020

Love Island's Wes Nelson's Instagram will be dedicated to helping future students prepare for university life this week as part of a new series of online educational chats – and anyone can get involved.

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University breaks ground on Centre of Excellence in Agri-food Technology

Published: 23rd March 2020

Ground has been broken and main construction will now start on the University of Lincoln's bespoke agri-food research and development facility at the new Food Enterprise Zone (FEZ) in Holbeach, Lincolnshire - in the heart of the UK's 100bn f

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New Research Unpicks Root Causes of Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Published: 18th March 2020

Separation anxiety in dogs should be seen as a symptom of underlying frustrations rather than a diagnosis, and understanding these root causes could be key to effective treatment, new research by animal behaviour specialists suggests.

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Impact, Risks, and Costs of Stress in the Construction Industry to be Investigated

Published: 5th March 2020  (updated 5th March 2020, 9:40am)

Work-related stress encountered by construction workers and the impact it has on performance, the risk of accidents, and costs to employers will be investigated thanks to a 25,000 research grant.

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From Small Seeds, Mighty Trees Will Grow

Published: 5th March 2020

The University of Lincoln is pledging to plant one new tree for each application received at its Postgraduate Open Day on Saturday 7th March.

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Busting Myths and Tackling Climate Change with Scientists of the Future

Published: 25th February 2020

Does eating red meat increase the risk of cancer? Could a virus hold the key to fighting drug-resistant bacteria? How can we tackle the climate emergency? And just how good are you at applying sun cream?

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Farmers to Tackle Locust Swarms Armed with New App

Published: 17th February 2020

A new smartphone app to tackle pests destroying crops has been developed and it could soon help farmers whose lands are being decimated by swarms of locusts, something the UN has called for "rapid action" action on.

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Bush-crickets' Ears Unlock the Science to Developing Revolutionary Hearing Sensors

Published: 17th February 2020  (updated 17th February 2020, 1:50pm)

New research has found that bush-crickets' ear canals have evolved to work in the same way as mammals' ears to amplify sound and modulate sound pressure – and the findings could help scientists make better acoustic sensors for human use

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Do Less and Get Stronger: Science Proves You Can Lift Less With Better Results

Published: 17th February 2020

Weightlifters could do less and get stronger by changing the amount they lift each session, according to new research.  

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International opportunities for students as Lincoln renews partnership with Santander

Published: 3rd February 2020

Studying in America and setting up new businesses are just some of the ways a Santander Universities grant of more than 150,000 has been unlocking the potential of students at the University of Lincoln, UK and the fund has been renewed for three m

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