🧪 Keep your class connected with chemistry!

Connect your students with working scientists and other STEM professionals with I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here.


Give context to your teaching. The I’m a Scientist activity shows students real-life applications of their classroom studies. Suitable for students aged 8 to 18.

The activity introduces students to science professionals with whom they share personal interests and opinions.

Students make connections between science and their own lives, helping them see that science, and by extension, a science-related role, could be for ‘someone like me’.

It’s quick and easy to set up, and text-only – no audio or video required.

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The Royal Society of Chemistry supports I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here.

“Whether studying the chemistry of life, or developing the advanced science behind modern technology, chemical scientists use their expertise to improve our health, our environment and our daily lives. Collaboration is essential. We connect scientists with each other and society as a whole, so they can do their best work and make discoveries and innovation happen.

We bring people together to spark new ideas and new partnerships. We support teachers to inspire future generations of scientists. And we speak up to influence the people making decisions that affect us all. We are a catalyst for the chemistry that enriches our world.”

Students get to:

  • Learn about up to 30 relevant scientists, through their profiles, including their CVs
  • Connect with researchers in 30-minute, text-based, online Chats
  • Deepen their understanding and continue engaging with the scientists by sending follow-up questions
  • Decide which scientist deserves the £500 winner’s prize
  • Review their learning through a facilitated discussion

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What teachers say:

“Incredibly easy to set up and run”

“My students loved their involvement and I was amazed at some of the questions they asked”