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The new home of of Computer Science at University of Lincoln

The University of Lincoln recently invested £28m to create the Isaac Newton Building – the new home for our School of Computer Science. We join the Schools of Engineering and Maths & Physics in this stunning new setting.

The new building is named after one of Lincolnshire’s greatest sons, Sir Isaac Newton PRS MP, who was born at Woolsthorpe Manor near Grantham.

Current students entered a competition set by the University, which was to create a piece of art for the large signature wall in the Isaac Newton Building. Over 30 entries were received from seven different schools across the University representing a wide range of disciplines.

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The large scale artwork is now in-situ

The judging panel deliberated hard, finally selecting an entry created by level one Creative Advertising students Amelia Eddershaw and Orlagh Smith as the winning piece. The judges felt their submission had interpreted the brief creatively and in doing so had presented a dynamic, engaging piece with the high level of impact that the panel was looking for.

The artwork is visible to people making their way to the University from Tritton Road.

This artwork competition has clearly demonstrated the impressive talent available in the University of Lincoln student community and the competition organisers and judging panel would like to extend thanks to all those who took part. An exhibition of the best entries will be on display in the University Library from April 2017.