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Dogs are able to recognise human emotions by using their senses, according to a new study by professors at the University of Lincoln and Brazil’s University of São Paulo.
A leading academic has moved to the University of Lincoln to carry out his groundbreaking research project on microbes and bacteria.
The University of Lincoln is inviting former academics to “get back to science” with thousands of pounds worth of bursaries.
The first director of the £14 million Lincoln Science and Innovation Park has began his role at the university, bidding to drive forward Lincolnshire’s scientific and industrial legacy.
The University of Lincoln has declared that 2014 will be the institution’s ‘Year of Science’ as it looks to expand greatly in their science provisions.
Written by Gregor Smith. The typically British institution of the pub has been going for hundreds of years, but even that will be visited by the developments of modern science with Lincoln’s very own Café Scientifique.
A University of Lincoln postgraduate student won the STEM Journalist of the Year award, which is part of a project to create more interest in science and maths.
Stem cell research by PhD students from the University of Lincoln was highlighted at a prestigious international conference attended by surgeons and academics from around the world.
A former BBC journalist talked about how to make science reporting better at a workshop organised by a government-funded science group.