engineering

Collaborative Journal Paper Published

University of Lincoln College of Science, School of Engineering and School of Life Sciences, have had their first collaborative journal paper published into the application of laser technology to stem cell research. Click the link to view the paper in full. Abstract The biocompatibility of NiTi after laser welding was studied by examining the in vitro (Mesenchymal stem...

Discovery could hold the key to super-sensory hearing

The discovery of a previously unidentified hearing organ in the South American bush crickets’ ear could pave the way for technological advancements in bio-inspired acoustic sensors research, including medical imaging and hearing aid development. Researchers from the University of Lincoln and University of Bristol discovered the missing piece of...

Engineering stem cells

Dr Issam Hussain, Senior Lecturer in the School of Life Sciences, is working with the School of Engineering to conduct research that has far-reaching implications in regenerative medicine.   Alongside Dr David Waugh, Professor Jonathan Lawrence and Chi Wai Chan, a visiting researcher from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Dr...

From cancer detection to crime scene analysis

Nigel Allinson, Lincoln’s Distinguished Professor of Image Engineering, is an internationally renowned academic whose research has led to major breakthroughs in many aspects of imaging technology, from recording x-ray images of proteins to the streaming of video over the internet. He was recently awarded an MBE for Services to...

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...