Reducing Risk for Maritime Helicopters Professor Ieuan Owen

Collaborative Research

At the University of Lincoln, we understand that the best research outcomes are achieved through collaboration.

The University is keen to explore where new partnerships might work to uncover original areas of research, or contribute innovative knowledge or cutting-edge solutions to critical problems and challenges faced by business or the wider community.

We work with a wide range of organisations, from small and medium-sized businesses through to public sector bodies, governments and multinationals. With access to a wide range of research centres and networks throughout the academic world, our researchers provide tailored expertise through blue sky and applied research, consultancy and knowledge exchange.

Here are some examples of recent case studies from each of our Colleges.


Twitter Garden Takes Chelsea Gold

A unique collaboration bringing together computer scientists, psychologists, architects and garden designers was awarded a prestigious Gold Medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013. 

Twitter Garden Takes Chelsea Gold

Twitter Garden


Improving Pre-Hospital Care for Medical Emergencies

A programme led by academics from the University's Community and Health Research Unit has improved frontline care for people suffering from stroke and heart attacks.

Improving Pre-Hospital Care for Medical Emergencies

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Piecing Together the Past

Specialists from the University of Lincoln's conservation consultancy division, Lincoln Conservation, are working with World Monuments Fund Britain and Coventry Cathedral to restore and put back on public display Britain's largest collection of loose fragments of medieval stained glass. 

Piecing Together the Past

Piecing together the past


Contact Us

To discuss research collaborations, consultancy and training requirements, please contact our Research and Enterprise Services Team. They will put you in touch with the relevant person or team to further consider your ideas and needs.

Research and Enterprise Services
+44 (0)800 915 5278