Physics Challenge 2015 awards

On 20th October 2015 the winners of our first Lincoln Physics Challenge received their awards in a ceremony with Professor Andrei Zvelindovsky, Head of the School of Mathematics and Physics.

Ten winners attended the ceremony in person. The ceremony was  followed by the lecture “What Nano-physics has in common with biology” delivered by Prof Andrei Zvelindovsky.

1st Prize to Danny Steley from the Outwood Academy Post 16 centre, Workop

1st Prize to Danny Steley from the Outwood Academy Post 16 centre, Workop

2nd Prize to Joseph Coupland the Lincoln Castle Academy

2nd Prize to Joseph Coupland the Lincoln Castle Academy

2nd Prize to (L-R): Matthew Lambert, Joseph Coupland, Darryl Smalley, Liam Coggan from the Lincoln Castle Academy

2nd Prize to (L-R): Matthew Lambert, Joseph Coupland, Darryl Smalley, Liam Coggan from the Lincoln Castle Academy

2nd Prize to (L-R): Liam Coggan, Darryl Smalley, Joseph Coupland, Matthew Lambert from the Lincoln Castle Academy

2nd Prize to (L-R): Liam Coggan, Darryl Smalley, Joseph Coupland, Matthew Lambert from the Lincoln Castle Academy

2nd Prize to Robbie Pearce from the Minster School Southwell

2nd Prize to Robbie Pearce from the Minster School Southwell

2nd Prize to Alexander Curtis from the Minster School Southwell

2nd Prize to Alexander Curtis from the Minster School Southwell

3rd Prize to Charles Kenny from the Caistor Grammar School

3rd Prize to Charles Kenny from the Caistor Grammar School

3rd Prize to Edward Kenny from the Caistor Grammar School

3rd Prize to Edward Kenny from the Caistor Grammar School

3rd Prize to Oliver Mansfield from the Caistor Grammar School

3rd Prize to Oliver Mansfield from the Caistor Grammar School

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