• 18 OCT 17
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    Soil science isn’t just a load of old pants!

    Soil science isn’t just a load of old pants!

    LIAT’s Senior Lecturer and soil scientist, Dr Iain Gould, has recently carried out a soil health test using the humble cotton brief.  Dr Gould’s experiment involved burying three separate pairs of 100% cotton underpants in three different environments at the Riseholme Campus; woodland, grassland and arable field. Once buried, the underpants were left for two months before

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    • 07 OCT 17
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    Breakfast briefing returns with Food Waste and Energy Consumption talk

    Breakfast briefing returns with Food Waste and Energy Consumption talk

    Autumn 2017 sees the return of the breakfast briefing series at the University of Lincoln’s Riseholme Campus. On Friday 27th October 2017, the topic of Food Waste and Energy Consumption will be covered. Breakfast will be served from 08.30am, with talks and demonstrations commencing at 9am. All attendees will be able to count this briefing towards

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    • 05 OCT 17
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    New INTERREG project launches at the University of Lincoln

    New INTERREG project launches at the University of Lincoln

    In early October 2017, the University of Lincoln hosted delegates from 7 countries to launch a new European Union Interreg funded project to investigate potential developments in saline and salt-tolerant agricultural systems. The project, SalFar, sees Lincoln International Business School, Lincoln Institute for Agri-food Technology (LIAT) and the University’s new School of Geography teaming up

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    • 11 SEP 17
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    LIAT to exhibit at UK Produce Industry Fair 2017

    The Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT), University of Lincoln, UK, will be exhibiting at this year’s UK Produce Industry Fair on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th September at the Peterborough Arena in the East of England Showground. The annual fair aims to showcase all aspects of the industry from the produce itself to all associated

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