Pharmaceutical Science

Feature in leading pharmaceutical technology journal

Research from academics in the Schools of Pharmacy and Life Sciences is the focus of a feature in Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology. ​Dr Enrico Ferrari from the School of Life Sciences, who specialises in assembling proteins, and Dr Ishwar Singh from the School of Pharmacy, who has expertise on...

Expert speaker for Life Sciences seminar programme

To herald a new series of seminars for the School of Life Sciences, a specialist in pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) will be visiting the University. Dr Mark Ormiston, from the University of Cambridge, will be speaking about his research into PAH – a progressive disorder characterised by abnormally high...

New courses create even more career options

Students interested in wildlife management, medical research, animal ecology, pharmaceutical sciences and veterinary medicine have now even more options when it comes to degree courses. To satisfy an increased demand in science-related subjects three new BSc (Hons) degrees in Biochemistry, Zoology and Pharmaceutical Sciences are being introduced at the...

New School of Pharmacy announced

Plans are underway to establish a new School of Pharmacy at the University of Lincoln. Students will be able to choose from a four-year MPharm Pharmacy degree or a three-year BSc (Hons) in Pharmaceutical Science. The University also plans to forge links with businesses and industry, incorporating their needs into...

Multi-million pound science and innovation park announced

Lincoln is to become home to some of the finest scientific minds and most innovative high-tech businesses in the UK, thanks to ambitious plans announced today (Thursday 2nd August 2012). The University of Lincoln and Lincolnshire Co-operative are joining forces to transform a disused 10-acre site in the heart...

Antidepressants can cut cancer risk

Antidepressants commonly prescribed to treat depression and other psychiatric disorders can significantly reduce the chance of developing certain kinds of cancer, according to a recent study by the University of Lincoln’s Dr Tim Bates. The study, which was conducted in partnership with colleagues from the University of Nottingham and...