Firstly I would like to say a huge thank you for all the students for voting me as your Infectious Disease Zone winner. The two week event has been an absolute blast. When I first started I did not know what to expect, but the more I took part the more addicted I became. The depth and variety of the questions asked was staggering and it fills me with happiness to know that there are so many intellectual minds out there who are not afraid to ask the questions they want answers to. Hopefully I was able to show that science can be fun and exciting and I hope that the students also managed to learn that scientists are also people too with hobbies and interests similar to many of the students themselves. I look forward to receiving my cheque so that I can get out there and interact with … Continue reading
The students have spoken. The votes have been double counted… Big congratulations to the Infectious Diseases Zone winner: Peter Elliott Hard luck to Bethany but a huge thank you to everyone who took part. You were all brilliant. Students, don’t forget to tell us what you think about science now you’ve taken part. Log in to your profile, and fill in the 4 questions in the pink box on the right hand side, to be in with a chance to win a £20 WH Smith voucher.
We’ve counted, checked and rechecked the votes and now reveal it’s game over for… Keith Grehan This leaves just “Persistant, patient and creative” Peter and “Bookworm, Water-baby, Smiley” Bethany to fight it out for the £500 prize tomorrow. Who would you like to see win tomorrow’s final battle? VOTE NOW! We’re also opening your live chat tomorrow between 12pm – 3pm. Drop in to chat more to the scientists or say hello before the end of the event!
We’ve counted the votes and you’ve now evicted… Hannah Tanner The two scientists left standing after tomorrow’s eviction will battle it out in Friday’s final. Who do YOU want to see in the final? VOTE for your favourite! Students, has taking part changed your view of science and scientists? When you next log in and visit your profile, you’ll see a pink box with 4 questions on the right. Fill in the questionnaire to be in with a chance to win a £20 WH Smith voucher. We hope you’ll spend it all on books and essential school equipment, but we understand how difficult it will be to pass the pick’n’mix section..
The first scientist you’ve evicted is… Ramya Bhatia One scientist will be evicted every day this week, and you get a new vote each day. Make sure to VOTE to keep your favourite in the competition. A student in each zone will win a £20 WH Smith voucher for asking great questions (questions that aren’t about One Direction). And remember, you can comment on questions the scientists answer. Do you think the scientist is right? Do you disagree with them? Tell them!
We’re half way through the June round of I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here, and it’s time to shake things up a little… Let’s get some scientists out of here! Starting on Tuesday, we’ll evict one scientist every day until just two remain on Friday to battle it out for the title of Infectious Diseases Zone Winner! Here’s how the evictions work… Students, you vote for your favourite scientist! You get one vote for each round of the competition. Round 1 Now until 3pm on Tuesday 24th June. The first scientist will be evicted at 3pm on Tuesday! Round 2
The Longitude Prize is a challenge with a £10 million prize to help fund one of the biggest scientific issues facing us today. But first, we need to decide what that issue is, and you get to vote! Do you want to join the debate on the biggest science prize for the last 300 years? Until Wednesday June 25th you can quiz our champions to help decide which Longitude Prize challenge to vote for, before the winning challenge is announced on the BBC’s One Show. Students, to ask questions in the Longitude Zone click here. Your family and friends can also join in the debate by logging in through their social media accounts at longitude.imascientist.org.uk. Thanks to NESTA, the innovators of the Longitude Prize, for their support.