29
Sep
2017

Through a Glass Darkly

The relationship  between science and story-telling in literature and film. In which Alex Lewczuk explores the connections between scientific discovery and fiction writing from Mary Shelley to  Kim Stanley Robinson with due  nods to HG Wells, Arthur C Clarke, JG Ballard, William Gibson and Michael Crichton.

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14
Sep
2017

Lincoln LIGHTS 2017

A mega-value combination audio package with Professor Carenza Lewis and a range of world-class specialists discussing subjects from sport science to robotics, VR forges and sleep ahead of the upcoming Lincoln Lights Europe-wide event on Friday September 29th.

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28
Jun
2017

CSI Seal- Fingerprints from the past

In which Professor Philippa Hoskin explains how modern forensic techniques are providing new insights in medieval society.

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28
Jun
2017

The Virtual Blacksmith Forge

In which Dr. John Murray reflects on the nature of reality and his award winning interactive virtual blacksmith exhibition.

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28
Jun
2017

The Happiness Lab

In which Dr Roger Bretherton discusses his pioneering work on improving wellbeing.

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28
Jun
2017

MARC the Robot

In which Doctor John Murray explains the robotic world of the artificial lifeform and University of Lincoln Robotic celebrity MARC.

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28
Jun
2017

Biofeedback Technology and Sport Performance

In which Professor David Mullineaux discusses the ways in which realtime biofeedback is being used to enhance the performance of people across the sporting landscape.

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28
Jun
2017

Myths and Science of Sleep

In which Professor Graham Law explores the benefits, myths and research into the world of sleep.

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