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Care(less) by Lindsay Seers

Originally posted on HARG by Claire Markham Care(less) is a new 360° film work by artist Lindsay Seers. Using a combination of lens based and digital 360° images, viewed within…

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College of Social Science Research Showcase 2019

The 2019 College of Social Science Research Showcase was a huge success, with academics from across the college presenting on a diverse range of fascinating topics, from air quality monitoring…

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Call for Dogs – Investigating Physiological Markers of Arousal in Dogs

Reposted from emoter.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk Dogs become aroused (alert, excited, awake) in situations that are stimulating in positive and negative ways, but which environments and situations are considered as positive? Which ones…

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Lincoln Psychologist Discusses Research on Crimewatch

Dr Kay Ritchie form the College of Social Science has appeared on BBC’s Crimewatch Roadshow to discuss her work on improving CCTV images using face averages. Dr Ritchie led a…

Listen to Dr Sundari Anitha's 'Strikers in Saris' on BBC World Service History Hour
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Listen to Dr Sundari Anitha's 'Strikers in Saris' on BBC World Service History Hour

Listen to Dr Sundari Anitha’s fascinating insight into an industrial dispute led by a group of South Asian women https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/w3cswqmq  

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Health & Social Care Research Recognised in UK’s Best Breakthroughs List

Research to find ways to relieve the pressures on the NHS through better training from the University of Lincoln has today been named as one of the UK’s 100 best…

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A Legal History of Witchcraft in the UK

  As part of a recent series of videos for Halloween, Prof Matthew Hall of Lincoln Law School presented a three-part series of short videos looking at Witchcraft in the…

Research by Professor Steve McKay Featured in Article on Family Breakdown and Child Mental Health
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Research by Professor Steve McKay Featured in Article on Family Breakdown and Child Mental Health

Lincoln School of Social and Political Sciences Professor Steve McKay has had his research featured in a new article, ‘Harry Benson’s marriage lines: Family breakdown and the toll on children’s mental…

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Lincoln Psychology Introduce New Computer Game For Children With Vision Loss

Researchers from the University of Lincoln have teamed up with the WESC Foundation to create a new browser-based game called Eyelander, which aims to help children and young people with vision-loss to…

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Lincoln Psychology's Dr Amanda Roberts on the new regulations for fixed-odds betting terminals

It was announced this morning that The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has agreed to cut the maximum permitted stake on controversial fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) from £100 to…