It’s the final countdown! With at least two evictions in each zone- and in some, three- the end is drawing close for this round of I’m A Scientist, Get Me Out of Here! But that just means things are getting really exciting! Our scientists still want your questions- and votes- so keep sending them to us, students, and we’ll announce our winners this Friday. Nonetheless, we’d like to thank all our scientists for taking part. Just because some have been evicted doesn’t mean that they’re completely gone. You can still check out their profiles, and read their answered questions. And remember you can still leave comments for each scientist in their zone. Check out our evicted scientists here- remember the answers, the science, the laughs- and maybe leave them a message! Zone First eviction Second eviction Beryllium Upul Wijayantha Philip Wadler Boron Vicki Stevenson Emma Carter Nitrogen Stuart Kyle Donna … Continue reading
Hi everyone! What an exciting week we have had; hundreds of live chats and questions flying in from every direction! We have been super-busy reading and replying to all of your questions, remember that you can comment on them too. Just go to the zone that you asked your question in and comment on the scientists answers as much as you like! You can also post questions for the scientists there as well. We hope that you have enjoyed the first week as much as we have and are looking forward to Monday; remember though if you want your favourite scientist to stand a chance of winning you need to VOTE by Tuesday! Who will win? Only YOU decide!
Greetings! IAS June 2010 is now well underway with record participation! This year we have 100 scientists engaging with 400 classes and 8000 students! We hope you’re all having as much fun as we are! Below I have listed all the schools lucky enough to be able to share in the excitement. This is history in the making! If you missed the opportunity this year but are interested in future events please contact email@example.com Aluminium All Saints RC High Walthamstow Academy Ashmole School Kelmscott School Richmond Upon Thames College The Grange School Oldbury Wells Addey & Stanhope Beryllium Boldon School St. Joseph’s College Woodlands School Heathcote School The Warwick School Beacon Hill High School Business & Enterprise College Cheadle and Marple sixth form college The Phoenix Centre Boron Chace Community School Walthamstow Academy Salesian College The Manor School Beacon Hill High School Business & Enterprise College Broadoak Maths and Computing … Continue reading
Fanfare! We have now finally chosen all the scientists to take part in I’m a Scientist, Get me out of Here! June 2010. Here they are, for your delight and delectation… It’s been absolutely excruciating. We’ve had to turn down some fantastic sounding scientists doing fascinating work. Sadly we only have a finite amount of space! If any more funders would like to come forwards (err, hint!) then maybe we can manage more next year… I’m a Scientist was recently described* as ‘the world’s most stunningly innovative teen science education program’ and this will be the biggest event we’ve ever run. In June we will have 100 scientists, engaging with 400 classes and 8,000 students. These scientists will be involved in making history! How were these scientists chosen? We truly believe in listening to our users and that this makes the project much stronger. All scientists who applied wrote a … Continue reading
We would like to congratulate the following winning students from the March 2010 event; as voted for by our chat room moderators… The students winners of I’m a Scientist Get me Out of Here! are: Name School Zone Christy Lemmon St Columba’s High School Brain Sebastian Ellis Tiffin School Genes Jessica Harvey King Henry VIII School Helium Ryan Pendlebury Mid Cheshire College Hydrogen Matt Warren Hardenhuish School Lithium Congratulations to above student winners, who were all chosen for their overall contributions to the event. They have now received their student winners certificates and WHSmith vouchers. We would also like to thank all the other students who participated for their brilliant chats and thought provoking questions which made this year’s I’m a Scientist Get Me Out of Here! one of the most exciting and fun events yet.
We’ve had two weeks of hot debate, stimulating chat and mind-boggling facts. In each of our zones five scientists started out in the competition ready to tackle any question, but as the students voted the scientists were eliminated one by one. Today the final vote revealed the ultimate winner for each zone… The winners of I’m a Scientist Get me Out of Here are: JOE from the Brain Zone KERSTIN from the Genes Zone KATY from the Hydrogen Zone MARTIN from the Helium Zone KIRAN from the Lithium Zone Congratulations to all the lucky winners and may each of you enjoy communicating your wonderful science ideas further with your £500 prize. Hard luck and thank you to all you other clever scientists who took part, as each and every one of you contributed to the success of this year’s event. Thank you to all the wonderful teachers for your enthusiasm … Continue reading
The pressure is really on now for the scientists, with only two days to go before the final winner is declared! Here’s a round-up of the evictions so far… On Tuesday the first round of voting closed and the scientist with the least votes in each zone was eliminated from the competition. In the Brain zone Mariana was voted off, in the Genes zone Chris was the one with the least votes, Pamela was eliminated from Hydrogen, Emily from Helium and Sarah lost out in the Lithium zone. The remaining scientists were sad to see their new friends leave, but had to work hard to ensure they survived the next round. Wednesday‘s eliminations produced some surprising results. Anne was the second scientist to leave the Brain zone, Lorna lost the contest in Genes, over in Hydrogen it was Helen who was voted off while in Helium Natalie was forced to … Continue reading