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Students visit Animal Inside Out exhibition in Newcastle

University of Lincoln Life Sciences students see the world’s most amazing creatures like they’d never seen them before. The Animal Inside Out: A Body Worlds Production is an unforgettable exhibit featuring real-life animals from gorillas to giraffes, elephants to dogs, all preserved through plastination. This is a process used in anatomy...

BioBlitz: which creatures call Lincoln home?

Water shrews, bats, invertebrates and reed warblers are just some of the creatures found during the University of Lincoln’s first ever ‘BioBlitz’ led by naturalist and TV presenter Chris Packham. Chris and students carried out pond dipping, mud and water sampling, bird calling and spotting, and insect and moth...

Life Sciences to lead LiGHTS Nights science extravaganza

Skeletons, bush-crickets and dogs helping human health, these are just a few of the fascinating interactive sessions running for an extraordinary one-day science showcase hosted by the University of Lincoln. LiGHTS Nights – a celebration of how science and technology impacts on our daily lives –will take place on the...

Lincoln research showcased on BBC’s Ingenious Animals

Lincoln research showcased on BBC’s Ingenious Animals Research by Dr Anna Wilkinson from the University of Lincoln’s School of Life Sciences features on a prime-time BBC television series which sheds light on fascinating findings from the animal world. Ingenious Animals is a new BBC One series in which a...

Life Sciences research features on international radio

Natalia Albuquerque featured on the show discussing the groundbreaking study which found that dogs can recognise emotions in humans by combining information from different senses. This ability had never previously been observed outside of humans. The research was carried out as part of collaboration between the School of Life...