Marie Daniels wrote a new post, Experts on new Channel 4 series delving into dog behaviour, on the site School of Life Sciences 4 hours, 33 minutes ago
Animal behaviour and psychology experts from the University of Lincoln, UK, will feature on the new Channel 4 series, Dogs: Their Secret Lives.
In the programme vet Mark Evans delves into what goes on in our […]
The Health Foundation has recently launched a new research funding programme, Efficiency Research Programme.
The Health Foundation’s Efficiency Research Programme is an open call for innovative research ideas on system efficiency and value for money in health and social care.
Researchers are invited to submit ideas on innovative…[Read more]
RW wrote a new post, Our Alumni | Your Invitation to Meet the Graduates | 29 Oct 2014, on the site Lincoln School of Film & Media Network 9 hours, 17 minutes ago
All graduates from the Lincoln School of Film & Media (formerly LSM, Media Production Department, etc.) are invited to join us for our graduate gathering to share experiences and mingle with students. ‘Meet the Graduates’ (MtG) will be on Wednesday 29th October at the Brayford Pool campus. The popular Graduate Question Time followed by Networking…[Read more]
wow!! thanks for your long feedback.. I will have a lot to think about after reading your comments. I hope I can find time to do all this while at the same time preparing the other preparatory submissions.. this […]
RW wrote a new post, Looking China 2014 | Filmmaking Project Review | Marcella Forster, on the site Lincoln School of Film & Media Network 23 hours, 20 minutes ago
Who can see who you’re friends with on Facebook?
If someone hacks one of your friends then they have access to everyone you’re friends with unless you set this to ‘only me’
So through no fault of your own […]
Adam Evans wrote a new post, Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge evaluation report completed, on the site Health Advancement Research Team 1 day, 2 hours ago
Recently members of the HART team completed an evaluation of the Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge (WPC) in partnership with Lincolnshire Sport. The team included Evaluation officer and Postgraduate student Alice […]
Marie Daniels wrote a new post, Intelligent navigation system to personalise shopping trips, on the site School of Computer Science 1 day, 3 hours ago
Elizabeth Mitchell wrote a new post, Architecture Summer School welcomes students from around the world, on the site Best of the Blogs 1 day, 5 hours ago
The event, which ran from Monday 3rd – Saturday 16th August 2014, was held in collaboration with IBEX, the British Exchange for Knowledge and Cultural Partnership.
Directed by Dr Amira Elnokaly, Senior Lecturer […]
Lauren Steane wrote a new post, BA Mid Career Fellowship 2014-15 Round and Deadlines, on the site Lincoln Research Blog 1 day, 5 hours ago
Competition Timetables 2014-15
Application forms, Outline Stage: available from 27 August 2014
Applicant deadline, Outline Stage: 8 October 2014
Result of Outline Stage […]
RW wrote a new post, Looking China 2014 | Global Filmmaking Project by Uni Students, on the site Lincoln School of Film & Media Network 1 day, 9 hours ago
Four of our graduating students, and two students from Cardiff University, along with the University of Lincoln School of Film & Media’s Senior Lecturer Marcella Forster undertook a 16-day filmmaking project in Dalian called Looking China 2014. Its aim was to enhance cultural communication between China and the rest of the world through the art of…[Read more]
Things are moving on in the world of passwords because more powerful computers means they’re easier to crack.
The golden rule is LENGTH – use as long a password as you can.
The article on Trustwave’s web site says a password like ‘N^a&$1nG’ can be cracked in about 4 days but ‘GoodLuckGuessingThisPassword’ would take 17 years to crack.
Practices of The Abramovic Method
1. Writing my name as slow as possible.
I planned to take 30 minutes to write my name but ended up I only took 10 minutes to finish it. It was hard to take care of the speed where sometimes I wrote slower sometimes faster. It was inconsistent.
I think of 2 things while practising this exercise:
1. Body…[Read more]
Fenja Ziegler wrote a new post, NSS places Psychology in the top 20 per cent of the sector, on the site Psychology News 2 days, 3 hours ago
We are delighted to see such overwhelmingly positive response from our students on this year’s NSS which places Psychology in the top 20 per cent nationally for our subject area.
Nathan Cooper is presenting a paper today at the 11th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, in New York City.
The paper, Exploring the impact of smart water pumps on communities in Malawi and South […]
I’m Steve Bernard, a BA (Hons) Audio Production alumnus from the Class of ’13. Since I graduated, I’ve been employed at Cooz’s Recording Studio, in Oxford. My relationship with the studio actually began almost three years ago, after my first summer at the University of Lincoln, when I did a week long work experience there to enhance my CV. This…[Read more]
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