Plans to create 100 new ‘smart’ cities in India to support the country’s rapidly growing urban population could have a significant detrimental impact on the environment unless greater emphasis is placed on providing new supporting infrastructure and utilities, according to a major new study.
Participants required for a study into the effects of extra virgin coconut oil and exercise on health over the summer period.
The Sports Centre remains open throughout the summer with the following exceptions: Friday 4th August and Monday 28th August
The NHS organisation responsible for buying healthcare services locally will be visiting the University campus on Tuesday 18th July from 10.00am to 3.00pm.
Professor Simon Pearson discusses the future of farming and how robots could revolutionise the way we grow our food in an interview with The Naked Scientists.
Scientists have produced new, effective and simplified forms of teixobactin – a new generation antibiotic which defeats multi-drug resistant infections such as MRSA – as part of a pioneering research effort to tackle antimicrobial resistance.
Over 70 pieces of artwork will go under the hammer this July in a bid to raise money for charity.
Students from across the county put their dance moves to the test last week when they experienced a day in the life of a Dance student.
Lincoln awarded Gold in national independent assessment of teaching quality
The culture and experiences of Eastern Europeans living in Lincolnshire are set to be explored through music in a new community engagement project led by cultural solutions UK and the University of Lincoln.