The University of Lincoln is an English university founded in 1992, with origins tracing back to the foundation and association with the Hull School of Art 1861. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II founded the university's main campus at Brayford Pool in 1996, providing economic revitalisation and elevation to Lincoln. The Independent described the university as "the best thing to happen to Lincoln since the Romans". There are further campuses in Riseholme, Holbeach and Hull. The University of Lincoln is the younger of the two Higher Education institutions in Lincoln, the older being Bishop Grosseteste University College, a university college.
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Research shows urgent need to address instability of world's power supplies
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New smart key software enhances security for homes and businesses
Computer scientists and security specialists have created an innovative electronic smart key system that aims to provide a safer and more flexible security system for homes and businesses.
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First evidence that reptiles can learn through imitation
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New research shows how Ryder Cup golfers can have the edge
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'Honeybee' robots replicate swarm behaviour
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Cranial reconstruction of 300 million-year-old specimens of a primitive reptile-like vertebrate
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