March 2014 Student Winners

After every event we ask the scientists and moderators to select the students who stood out to them; the students they thought asked the best questions, or engaged most in the live chats.

Well done to all of the student winners, and everyone who took part. There were so many interesting questions, and comments, but there could only be one winner in each zone. So, for fantastic engagement during the event, for posting brilliant questions and comments, the student winners below will each receive a £20 WH Smith’s gift card.

Cancer Zone: cupcake94, Abbotsmede Primary School

Colour Zone: amygreenee, St Joseph’s College

ComputationalBio Zone: shania000000, Ark Academy

Extreme Size Zone: g30rg1na, St Theresa’s School

Light Zone: lumiereclair, Spalding High School

Nuclear Zone: sturdyboy, Churston Ferrers Grammar School

Organs Zone: werewolvesrock2002, Howell’s School

Plants Zone: wookie, Betheny School

Xenon Zone: lowennat, Friends Junior School

Caesium Zone: emanresu, Landscove Primary School

Lanthanum Zone: popcorn32, Acle Academy

Cerium Zone: gallifreyanhippo, Teddington School

At the end of every event, we ask the students to answer a few questions to help us gauge their attitudes towards science. We randomly choose one student who filled in the questions to win a voucher too. That student is jodlington.

Thanks to the Wellcome Trust for part funding I’m a Scientist, and to the Science and Technology Facilities Council for funding the Extreme Size and Nuclear Zones, to the Institute of Physics for funding the Light Zone, and the Royal Society of Chemistry for funding the Colour Zone.

Posted on April 4, 2014 by Moderator - Josh in News. Leave a comment.

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