Lincoln University Blogs

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This is where you can find the the most-up-to-date record of research being carried out at Lincoln University.


GIS and Environmental Informatics explores the nature of information, information processing and information systems – through their application to environmental issues, enabling to be able to critically analyse and work towards solving global issues – the issues that really matter as our world changes.

Centre for Viticulture and Oenology

The Centre for Viticulture and Oenology acts as a focus for interdisciplinary research on wine, from soil to glass.

Library, Teaching and Learning ~ Te Wharepūrākau

A key component to ensure our students succeed in their studies is the University’s Library, Teaching and Learning (LTL). Located in our iconic Ivey Hall, the LTL team are here to help with learning support, access to our extensive collection of books and databases, and with study spaces and rooms, to name just a few services.

Māori Resilience

This blog covers issues relating to the endurance and resilience of Maori.

Dryland Pastures

This blog is written by dryland pasture experts from Lincoln University and farmers involved with on-farm research and adaption on commercial properties.