Major Grant Success for University Library

Dr Hope Williard, an Academic Subject Librarian with the University of Lincoln library, has been awarded a Professional Practice Fellowship, jointly funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council and Research Libraries UK (AHRC-RLUK).

Towards a Global History of the Latin Language: Latinity after Antiquity

Dr Graham Barrett, Senior Lecturer in Late Antiquity and Joint Programme Leader for Classical Studies in the School of History and Heritage, has just published a special issue of Eranos: Acta Philologica Suecana on the theme of ‘Latinity after Antiquity’, co-edited with Oren Margolis (Lecturer in Renaissance Studies at the University of East Anglia) and featuring contributions by scholars from the UK, the USA, France, Italy, and Austria.

Life Sciences Secures Major International Funding

A research team based within the School of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Lincoln has been awarded major research funding from the Human Frontier Science Programme Organisation (HFSPO).

OPTIma: An Interim Report

OPTima is the largest UKRI research grant that the University holds and is led by Professor Nigel Allinson, MBE (College of Science).   It is developing the next generation instrument to take three-dimensional CT images using protons to improve cancer treatment using Proton Beam Therapy. The instrument will be installed in the Research Room at […]

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Dissertation Research Recruitment

Would you like to find out more about your baby’s language? Dear Parents, We are looking for participants for our research on word learning in 12- and 18-month-old children. We investigate factors that may influence word learning and study possible effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on children’s language. Participation is completely anonymous. If you decide […]

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Lincoln Legal Experts Contribute to Important House of Lords Report

Professor Richard Barnes (Lincoln law School) and Professor Elizabeth Kirk (Professor of Global and Ecological Justice, Director of the Lincoln Centre for Ecological Justice) have made important contributions to a significant report published by the House of Lords on the law of the sea in the 21st century.

Reaction to Global Shocks: Risk, Resilience and Recovery

On the 18th and 19th February, the Lincoln International Business School in collaboration with the Heritage Business School India delivered a virtual international conference entitled ‘How firms and institutions react to global shocks: Risk, Resilience, and Recovery’.

University of Lincoln partners with Nigerian Universities, wins British Council Grant worth £100,000

Warm congratulations to Dr. Paul Igwe (Principal Investigator) and Dr. Mahfuzur Rahman (Co-Investigator) on recently being awarded an additional grant of £40 000 (total £100 000) by the inaugural Innovation for African Universities (IAU) Grant of The British Council. Initially, University of Lincoln in partnership with Coal City University, Enugu, Nigeria and Nigerian ecosystem player, […]