Take part in free science outreach this March!

The students asked scientists all sorts in this November’s I’m a Scientist, ranging from mayflies short life-span to dark matter. There was even a debate about what could happen if artificial intelligence ruled the world. And we also got some great feedback:

‘I think you have inspired me to become a scientist” – student, November 2015

‘There is no better way to test how much you know about something than trying to expalin it to someone with a more limited background on the topic.’ – Jesús Calvo Castro, Spectroscopy Zone scientist

If this sounds up your street, you’ll be pleased to hear there is another chance to take part in during British Science Week:



The next I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here event will run from the 7th to the 18th March 2016!

Teachers register by Sunday 24th January at: imascientist.org.uk/teachers

Scientists apply by Sunday 24th January at: imascientist.org.uk/scientist-apply

Teachers will get an email in January asking them to choose their classes’ zones.

Confirmed Zones!

The  zones are a mix of themed and general science zones in March, so there will be something for everyone.

Themed zones:

We also have the following general science zones, named after elements and including scientists from different backgrounds:

More STEM engagement…IEng

During the same two weeks in March we’ll also be running I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here. Read more about that here…

Posted on December 16, 2015 by modangela in News. Comments Off on Take part in free science outreach this March!