Hey guys, hope everyone had a bit of fun and learnt a few bits and bobs from myself and my fellow scientists. I was blown away that I was the chosen winner in the Water Zone. So thank you so much. I would just like to take the time to thank all of the students who took their time to come and ask us loads of interesting questions, from ‘Is it possible Global warming could affect your method of power generation? ’, and ‘how does the moon move water?’ to ‘Do you like cheese’! I loved answering all of them, not only the ones related to my field but all of them! It’s always interesting to hear the perspective of others. So, thank you students for this opportunity of learning new things! I would like to thank the whole I’m a Scientist team, all of the moderators and everyone behind … Continue reading
Jake Cunningham Congratulations! The students chose Jake as the Water Zone winner! It’s been a fantastic two weeks and we want to say a huge THANK YOU to all scientists who took part.
Log in between 12 and 3pm today for another chance to talk to the scientists in the Water Zone! The open live chat is a chance for you to ask your final questions, and for the scientists still in the running to win your VOTE! To take part, just log in and head to the CHAT page from 12pm! At 3pm, we’ll announce the winner live in the chat! How to join the evening chat Log in to the Water Zone as normal Click the CHAT icon Start asking your questions! See you there! ModJen and the Water Zone team
Annette Wilson The votes were counted and recounted, but the result is in – Annette, it’s game over for you! Which means our three finalists are Amy, Jake and Philip. They’ll be battling it out tomorrow to win your VOTE for the €500 prize money. Who do you want to see crowned winner? Every VOTE counts! Students! On your profile, you can choose three words that you think describe a scientist. Has your opinion changed? Pick three new words!
Log in between 7 and 8pm for another chance to talk to the scientists in the Water Zone! Continue asking your brilliant questions in this special after-school live chat. Just log in and head to the CHAT page from 7pm! This is a second opportunity for you to introduce your friends and family to the scientists you’ve been talking with in school and for them to ask their own questions about the scientists’ work and interests, or about science and engineering in general. It’s also an opportunity for the scientists to convince you to VOTE for them before the winner is announced tomorrow! How to join the evening chat Log in to the Water Zone as normal Click the CHAT icon Start asking your questions! See you tonight! ModJen and the Water Zone team
Ann Reen Sorry Ann, you’re out of the running for the prize! Ann can keep answering questions and joining in the live chats, but they won’t be going home with the €500. Students, you can can comment on this post to leave a message for Ann. Who will be evicted tomorrow? It’s up to you! VOTE every day for your favourite scientist and keep them in the competition to win the prize money.
Maxime Savatier The students have spoken. Maxime will still be able to answer questions and take part in live chats, but can’t win that prize money of €500. Leave your messages for Maxime in the comments for this post. There will be a new scientist being evicted each day this week, so make sure to VOTE every day for your favourite and keep them in the competition.
Log in between 7 and 8pm for another chance to talk to the scientists in the Water Zone! Continue asking your brilliant questions in this special after-school live chat. Just log in and head to the CHAT page from 7pm! Why not introduce your friends and family to the scientists you’ve been talking with in school? You can even ask them to pose their own question about the scientists’ work and interests, or about science and engineering in general, the careers available and more… How to join the evening chat Log in to the Water Zone as normal Click the CHAT icon Start asking your questions! See you tonight! ModJen and the Water Zone team
Remember: There are two I’m a Scientist zones you can take part in this November! In the Shape the Future Zone five different ideas to use 3D printing to help create a sustainable future are competing for your VOTE! On Friday, the champion of the Shape the Future Zone will be announced who will win €500 and have their idea turned into 3D printed reality. Who will win your vote? Cast your VOTE in the Shape the Future Zone: Go to your profile, and click the button to go to the Shape the Future Zone! A wearable biosphere which could be “worn as a constant reminder of the delicate balance of our planet” A water filter “which will cost very little and will give people in poverty clean water to drink” Personalised speakers made using recycled materials to “help prevent the environment from further harm and depletion of natural resources” A … Continue reading