Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Research published in Royal Society of Chemistry journal, on the site Lincoln School of Pharmacy 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Research by scientists at the University of Lincoln has been published in a leading journal from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The new academic paper, titled Synthesis of a bicyclic oxo-c-lactam from a simple […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Chimpanzees have empathetic personalities, new research reveals, on the site School of Life Sciences 1 month ago
Scientists have shown that chimpanzees demonstrate empathetic tendencies – the ability to share and understand the emotions of others – but just like in humans these ‘caring’ personality traits vary signifi […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Fascinating Teixobactin research features in leading titles, on the site Lincoln School of Pharmacy 1 month ago
Pioneering new research into a powerful new antibiotic, led by the University of Lincoln’s School of Pharmacy, has featured in two leading industry titles.
The work to develop Teixobactin – which is being hai […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, New research features in Journal of Experimental Biology, on the site School of Life Sciences 1 month ago
The results of a fascinating new study by researchers from the School of Life Sciences are published today (17th August 2017) in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
This Leverhulme-funded research, carried out […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, SoCS student papers presented at two key European conferences, on the site School of Computer Science 2 months, 4 weeks ago
School of Computer Science students Carl Gowan, Jack Laurel and Scott Ringham now have two publications to add to their CVs following their participation in last year’s SoCS undergraduate research opportunities s […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Prestigious summer school explores the future of computer vision, on the site School of Computer Science 2 months, 4 weeks ago
Some of the brightest young minds in computer vision will meet at a prestigious summer school this July to hear from international researchers in the field.
Hosted at the University of Lincoln, UK, the BMVA […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Scientific thinkers come together at pan-European Crystallize meeting, on the site Lincoln School of Pharmacy 3 months, 1 week ago
Scientific thinkers from around Europe will come together for the annual meeting of COST Crystallize. This year the crystallisation-focused meeting is taking place at the University of Lincoln in the […]
The results of a new study led by scientists from the University of Lincoln’s School of Life Sciences have been published in the leading academic journal, Scientific Reports.
Funded by the Leverhulme T […]
Was Sherlock Holmes a great detective purely because he was a great chemist? That is the crucial question being posed by a leading scientist on an international lecture tour later this month.
Dr Tobias […]
Bush-crickets possess miniature-scale ears in their forelegs. Despite their size and location however, they have similar techniques for hearing sounds as those of a mammal; from sound capturing and sound […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Academia and industry combine to develop cutting-edge radar system for space travel, on the site School of Engineering 5 months ago
A new research partnership has been launched which will see university engineers working alongside a leading satellite technology company to develop a pioneering new radar system.
The innovative research […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Lincoln paper is one of leading journal’s most read of 2016, on the site School of Life Sciences 5 months, 3 weeks ago
A fascinating study by University of Lincoln researchers has been named as one of the most read articles in 2016 by the leading academic journal, Scientific Reports.
Scientific Reports is a high-impact, open […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Small is beautiful but very hard to sieve; the problems of studying microbes in water, on the site School of Life Sciences 7 months ago
With the invention of the microscope in the 17th century a whole new world of life opened up, one teaming with a huge array of organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye. These microorganisms covered a […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Funding to help understand the mechanisms behind kidney damage in diabetes, on the site School of Life Sciences 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Researchers at the University of Lincoln have received an additional £100,000 from a leading national charity to fund their work understanding the mechanisms behind kidney damage in diabetes.
The award of both […]
Dr Colin Butter, one of the UK’s leading authorities on avian flu with expertise in animal science, virology and immunology, featured on BBC One’s Countryfile on Sunday 5th February.
Dr Butter, from the Uni […]
Desert ants rank among the best insect navigators in the world, and now a scientific study shows their navigational skills are even more sophisticated than previously thought.
Scientists have revealed how the […]
A student from the School of Life Sciences is inviting cat owners to take part in a short research survey, designed to explore how people interpret different cat behaviours.
The research is being conducted […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Calling all dog owners! Survey participants required, on the site School of Life Sciences 8 months, 1 week ago
Dog owners are being asked to spare around 15 minutes to answer questions about how their dog copes in a range of situations.
Researchers in the School of Life Sciences are carrying out a new study […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Evolution of ideas: scientists to decode genetic story of Newton’s apple, on the site School of Life Sciences 9 months ago
Scientists will connect two of the most important scientific theories of all time – the law of universal gravitation and the theory of evolution – by unravelling the genetic code of the apple which inspired Isa […]
Elizabeth Allen wrote a new post, Variation in butterfly eggs is driven by female promiscuity, new research reveals, on the site School of Life Sciences 9 months ago
The eggs of some butterfly and moth species vary to give females control over the paternity of their offspring, according to new research published today.
The new study reveals for the first time that the […]
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