The Press Office is the first point of contact for members of the press and media with editorial enquiries relating to the University of Lincoln.
Stories about our research, staff and student successes and University developments and achievements feature regularly in local, national and international media.
Journalists, researchers and producers can contact the Press Office to find academic experts who can provide comment and analysis of news and current affairs, identify specialist contributors for features or documentaries, or request official statements from the University.
Media organisations wanting to conduct interviews, photography or filming on campus should also contact the Press Office in the first instance.
In this section, you can see the latest press releases from the University on topics ranging from new research breakthroughs to campus investments. We also showcase recent high profile coverage of the University from news outlets around the world and link to useful sources of background information and key facts.
Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, has been awarded an Honorary Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE).
A multi-award-winning physical geographer and a world authority on river systems and global environmental change has been given a prestigious award in honour of his achievements.
One of the most complex medical imaging systems ever developed which uses proton beams will be installed in one of the UK’s only two new NHS high energy proton beam therapy centres, helping to provide better treatment planning and monitoring for difficult to treat cancers.
Researchers have secured £1.1 million in grant funding to develop AI systems for self-learning robots which could be deployed in place of humans to hazardous nuclear sites.
Research that connects the public with discoveries across the arts, sciences and social sciences was celebrated in a new awards ceremony where grant funding of more than £7,000 was announced to support nine new projects.
Black beats red as the colour of choice when it comes to finding new love, according to new research based on the hit TV series First Dates, which shows that single people wear more of the darker hue when meeting a potential partner for the first time.
The University of Lincoln's logo, our coat of arms, is a registered trademark of the University and a key part of our corporate identity.
Media wishing to use the University's logo or to source stock images or b-roll footage of the University should contact the Press Office for licensing permissions and high resolution files.
We maintain a comprehensive image library of our campus, facilities, staff and students, along with a range of other multimedia content suitable for editorial use.
Staff and students of the University can request the logo or stock images for use in University projects by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the Communications, Development and Marketing area of The Portal.
For more information on our brand guidelines, please see our Corporate Identity page.
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