Inspiring science and engineering: The Red Arrows joined forces with Formula One firms and world-famous science ambassadors in order to inspire the next generation of young engineers.
Thursday, September 11
Science and innovation: An expert in computer simulation has been appointed as the founding Head of the School of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Lincoln.
Graduation day: Students and some famous names were honoured at the University of Lincoln graduation ceremonies.
Wednesday, September 10
New courses: BGU will be offering a number of new courses from September 2015, focusing on health and business sectors.
Monday, September 8
A new way of learning: Over 140 future scientists and engineers were welcomed to Lincoln’s first University Technical College on it’s first day of term.
Friday, September 5
Behind the steel: The £28 million University of Lincoln student flats development off Ruston Way is taking form ahead of an August 2015 completion.
Cancer treatment advances: A Lincoln professor who helped develop innovative cancer treatment technology will take to an international stage with his findings.
Wednesday, September 3
Healthy education: Washingborough Academy has been nominated for a prestigious national award for inspiring its children to grow, cook and eat healthy food.
Parents get a helping hand: Lincolnshire parents are being urged to check their two-year-old’s eligibility for a new Government entitlement to 15 hours of free early education.
Monday, September 1
Downton Abbey writer to get honorary degree: Thousands of University of Lincoln students will be joined by famous names and faces when they graduate this September.