College of Science Facilities
Teaching in the College of Science is delivered in purpose-built facilities, providing innovative spaces for study and research. Science students have access to specialist facilities across our campuses, including the Joseph Banks Laboratories and the £28 million Isaac Newton Building on our main Brayford Pool Campus.
At Lincoln, we constantly invest in our buildings and facilities as we strive to provide the best learning environment for our students. We understand the importance of giving you the strongest possible foundation to help you achieve your aspirations. Whatever your chosen subject, we aim to ensure that you have access to the latest equipment and resources to support your studies.
The University of Lincoln’s striking city centre campus provides a modern student-centred community. Based on the picturesque Brayford Pool waterfront, almost everything you’ll need is either on campus or a short walk away. Brayford campus also homes specialist science facilities including the Isaac Newton Building, Joseph Banks Laboratories, and the brand new Lincoln Medical School Building.
The University of Lincoln’s 200-hectare Riseholme Campus is located just north of Lincoln city centre and is home to the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT), Lincoln Agri-Robotics, and Lincoln’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Agri-Food Robotics. The campus also has a working farm, woodlands, grasslands and watercourses making for another picturesque location to learn.
The University of Lincoln's Holbeach Campus is home to the National Centre for Food Manufacturing (NCFM). NCFM is dedicated to helping food industry employees advance their careers in the industry, supporting innovation and research into agri-food technology. Holbeach is currently seeing investment with the development of a Center of Excellence, a new facility dedicated to supporting Lincolnshire’s agri-food industry.
Brayford Campus Facilities
Isaac Newton Building
The Isaac Newton Building is home to our School of Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics and Physics. Students of these schools have access to scientific laboratories and workshops, as well as specialist robotics facilities and advanced research equipment. It is also home to Siemens Energy turbine workshop which is visible as you walk past.
Janet Lane-Claypon Building
The Janet Lane-Claypon Building is the base for laboratory-based teaching and research for our Schools of Chemistry, Life Sciences, and Pharmacy. The building includes flexible lab space used by all undergraduate students in these subjects, as well as smaller specialist teaching and research spaces.
Lincoln Medical School
Lincoln Medical School Building is home to our medical students, in partnership with University Nottingham and Lincoln. Students have access to lecture theatres, laboratories, a clinical skills suite with consultation rooms, a prosection anatomy suite, and a bio-medical and health sciences library.
Joseph Banks Laboratories
The Joseph Banks Laboratories (JBL) provides cutting-edge facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff in the Schools of Chemistry, Life Sciences and Pharmacy. Students have access to scientific laboratories, and technologies including Mass Spectrometry, Imaging Modalities, and Chromatography. JBL is also a part of the Lincoln Science & Innovation Park.
Think Tank is located on the Lincoln Science & Innovation Park and is home to our forensic science crime scene rooms, geography laboratory, and teaching spaces. The Think Tank also provides lettable office space and meeting rooms for businesses along with teaching, learning and research space for the University.
Minster House is home to our facilities specifically for Animal Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare Research Group, a unique team of internationally-renowned researchers at the forefront of the animal behaviour field.