Archived News - October, 2014

31 October 2014
Barbary Macaque Project in National Geographic

Computer game could help visually-impaired children live independently

From fair taxes to free speech: why timeless Magna Carta still resonates with modern America

29 October 2014
Award-winning control engineer brings expertise to Lincoln

Mr Speaker and Red 1 at the University

28 October 2014
Lights out: research shows urgent need to address instability of world’s power supplies

27 October 2014
New smart key software enhances security for homes and businesses

23 October 2014
Passport to education: University of Lincoln launches new Children’s University

Sex-loving, meat-eating reptiles have shorter lives

22 October 2014
Maths wizard to ignite passion for the purest science

21 October 2014
‘Designer’ nanodevice could improve treatment options for cancer sufferers

Lincolnshire and the global food economy

20 October 2014
New laboratories ready to produce next generation of scientists

17 October 2014
Psychology roadshow travels to Horncastle

Celebrated historian remembers WWI in free public lecture

16 October 2014
Ecologist and Earthwatch scientist joins Lincoln’s Life Sciences team

13 October 2014
Cancer treatment researchers shortlisted for global engineering award

9 October 2014
Bomber Command Centre gets wings with £3.1 million from Heritage Lottery Fund

7 October 2014
Contemporary art transforms church with windows into another world

3 October 2014
Lincoln law professor to talk in USA on Magna Carta and environmental rights

Get Back to Science with Fellowship scheme

2 October 2014
New professor at forefront of microbial research

University of Lincoln student wins top engineering scholarship

1 October 2014
Girls on scientific voyage of discovery