Here at I’m a Scientist HQ, we’re busy ramping up for the November event, but we wanted to take a moment to update you on some of the zones we’ll be running over the next twelve months.
All scientists’ applications are in for November 2013, and we’re currently choosing our scientists for each zone; but there’s plenty of time to register to take part in for March and June 2014. If you see any zones in March or June that are up your street, make sure to get your applications in. Equally, if you suspect your friends, colleagues, or family members may be up one of these streets; make sure to tweet them, email them, or copy-out long-hand the URL onto a post-it for them. Of course, if your streets lie elsewhere—and we’re in serious danger of over-extending this metaphor now—remember we always run a couple of general zones, so do make sure to send in your applications.
Here’s a taste of some of the zones we have in store in the coming year, for which the Wellcome Trust have provided part funding.
11th–22nd November 2013
First up, November 2013. Now, we have already announced these zones, but for the sake of completeness, here they are again.
- Ecology Zone
- Extreme Clean Zone (STFC funded)
- Genes Zone
- Particle Physics Zone (STFC funded)
- Stem Cells Zone
- Two general zones: Iodine and Tellurium
10th–21st March 2014
Moving on to March 2014.
- Cancer Zone
- Extreme Size Zone (STFC funded)
- Oceans Zone
- Organs Zone
- Sports Science Zone
16th–27th June 2014Finally, in June 2014. Again, this is only a taste, there may be more zones to be announced, and of-course, we will be running a couple of general zones.
- Brain Zone
- Digestion Zone
- Evolution Zone
- Extreme Energy Zone (STFC funded)
- Forensic Science Zone
- Health Zone
- Plants Zone
Teachers: If you’re interested in having classes take part in any of our upcoming events, register here to be kept up to date, with the March and June 2014 events.
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