2020-21 Grant Recipients

From the 2020 applicants round, PEARL funded 12 exciting new public engagement activities.

Each round of funding is open to all University of Lincoln staff and students, who can apply for up £1000 to run an interactive event or project that seeks to engage wider audiences in research at Lincoln. The names of this year’s successful applicants and their project titles are listed below.

Be sure to check out details of our 2019-20 and 2018-19 PEARL-funded projects for even more inspiration.

Bukola Onarinde

& Team

“Food Science for School Age Kids”

Daniel Came


“Lincoln Philosophy Salon”

Elisa Frasnelli

& Team

“Bringing Out The Bees: An Exhibition”

Erin Bell

“Strangers at Home: migration, immobility and religion “

Gertruda Zieniute

& Team

“Alternative Worlds – Using Art to Communicate Science”

James Flint

& Team

“ATTACS: Artificial Targeted Therapies And Cardiovascular System”

Laetitia Marechal

“The benefits of different recreational activities in natural environments on health of older adults “

Lyndsey Harris


“Improving Service Provision for Survivors of Domestic Violence with ‘Complex Needs'”

Niko Kargas

“University of Lincoln Science Fayre Pilot Project “

Rebecca Hawkins

“Promoting Pleasure and Performance in Physical Activity”

Rico Isaacs


“Sharing a Small Pot of Tea: Belonging and relationships with the city in Migrant Communities in Lincoln”

Sarah Longair

& Team

“Decolonising history: sharing research and approaches with schools”