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Congratulations go to University of Lincoln 01408 493000 graduates from the Faculty of Agriculture.
The third-year University of Lincoln journalism student was admitted to hospital in his home town of Boston, Lincs, but died on Thursday.
Visitors to the Herbert Art Gallery will be able to see a team from the University of Lincoln meticulously cleaning and repairing a sample from the 5,000 surviving pieces which were removed from the Cathedral's windows at the start of the Second World War when custodians feared the cathedral could be targeted.
We've done a dog intelligence special for this new series of Bang, and I was at the University of Lincoln looking at how brilliant tortoises are.
A new course has been developed at the University of Lincoln to help food companies identify and develop talent.
Author Dr Tim Bates, from the University of Lincoln, said the side-effects meant they were not suitable for everyone.
Alex, 50, who lives in Middlesbrough and is also a lecturer of media and journalism at the University of Lincoln, hailed the event on Friday a huge success and thanked all those who offered help in organising and supporting the bid.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In her keynote address, University of Lincoln professor of community and public health Laura Serrant-Green gave a historical overview of the challenges that community nurses have faced, and their contributions to improved public health.