Students! Help us decide which scientists and engineers should take part in the next event, and you could win a voucher. All you need to do is take 2 minutes now to judge these 12 sentences. I still can’t quite believe that the students voted for me to win! Thank you to the students, and their teachers for still being so engaged despite the difficult times that we are facing at the moment. You all kept a smile on my face, especially in the last week as work and school were in a weird state of uncertainty. My personal highlight was being called a ‘legend’, I’m never going to forget that. I hope that I’ve inspired some future scientists! The live chats were my highlight, I don’t think I’ve ever typed so fast, it was an adrenaline rush and I loved it! I also enjoyed answering all of the questions … Continue reading
Stacey New Congratulations! The students chose Stacey as the Livermorium Zone winner! It’s been a fantastic two weeks and we want to say a huge THANK YOU to all scientists who took part.
Connor Prior The votes were counted and recounted, but the result is in – Connor, it’s game over for you! Which means our three finalists are Tom Scott, Stacey New and James Lees. They’ll be battling it out tomorrow to win your VOTE for the £500 prize money. What would they do with the money if they won? Tom would: give schools a set of microcontrollers to play with – these are USB devices which can read sensor data and show it live on computer. Stacey would: develop a climate change board or card game with local students and get it professionally created! James would: use it to get more equipment and resources including Virtual Reality Software for the department to help talk about my research to others. Who do you want to see crowned winner? Every VOTE counts!
Zoya Ali Sorry Zoya, you’re out of the running for the prize! Zoya can keep answering questions and joining in the live chats, but they won’t be going home with the £500. Students, you can can comment on this post to leave a message for Zoya. Who will be evicted tomorrow? It’s up to you! VOTE every day for your favourite scientist and keep them in the competition to win the prize money.
Laura Mason The students have spoken. Laura will still be able to answer questions and take part in live chats, but can’t win that prize money of £500. Leave your messages for Laura in the comments for this post. Remember, there will be a new scientist being evicted each day this week, so make sure to VOTE every day for your favourite and keep them in the competition.
I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here! is back this March. Between Monday 9th and Friday 20th, students will be putting their questions to 6 scientists in the Livermorium Zone. For the latest news and announcements about the event, find us on Twitter @imascientist, and follow the hashtag, #IASUK. Let’s meet the scientists and schools taking part… The Livermorium Zone is a general zone supported by STFC. Zoya Ali | Geneticist, RHC I specialize in prenatal and reproductive genetics. I work with people trying to have babies and then monitor the babies through pregnancy for genetic abnormalities. Tom Scott | Lecturer, University of Bristol I develop nano-materials for cleaning water at a low cost. Stacey New | Climate Scientist, Met Office I work with scientists around the world to develop climate services that help people understand the potential impacts of climate change. Laura Mason | Forensic Researcher, DSTL I work as … Continue reading