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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...

An amazing placement opportunity for one life sciences student

Scottish Lowland Research have one placement on offer at their Trust in Scotland and it could be yours! The sandwich placement on offer is for a student to undertake research in Scotland relating to lowland game and wildlife and the habitats they share, in particular woodlands and farmland. The research is...

Life Sciences Undergraduate Showcase

From Life Sciences to Chemistry and Engineering, the University of Lincoln’s College of Science hosts another remarkable showcase of our undergraduate students. Good luck to everyone on getting back their marks over the next few days. Here is a little look into a few of our students we spoke to...

Field trip to Boggle Hole

In May, 120 Second Year Life Sciences students will embark upon a residential field trip to Boggle Hole as part of their ecology unit. The trip allows students to consolidate the knowledge and skills they have acquired during the first two years of their degree and apply these to answering questions...

PhD in Dog Cognition and Behaviour – Apply Now

See below for an amazing opportunity for a PhD placement in Dog Cognition and Behaviour.   Are you interested in carrying out a PhD at our lab (http://www.dogup.it/), in the field of Dog Cognition and Behaviour.  The University of Padua (Italy) is offering PhD research fellowships dedicated to non-italian candidates. As...