Who’s taking part in the Bohrium Zone

I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here! is back this June. Between the 10th and the 21st, students at 12 schools will be putting their questions to 6 scientists in the Bohrium Zone.

For the latest news and announcements about the event, find us on Twitter @imascientist, and follow the hashtag, #IASUK.

The Bohrium Zone is a general zone supported by Wellcome.

Rob Ives | Research Scientist, GlaxoSmithKline

Rob is an in-vivo scientist creating new medicines for children, specifically ones that taste nice.

Imad Ouachan |PhD Student, University of Bristol

Imad is developing new materials to protect massive offshore wind turbines blades from impacts.

Hannah Semeraro |Senior Lecturer and Clinical Audiologist, University of Southampton and Dorset Healthcare

Hannah works both as a lecturer in audiology at a university and as an audiologist helping adults with hearing and balance problems.

Fern Johnson |Trainee Clinical Scientist, Bioinformatics Group, Genetics Diagnostic Laboratory

Fern is a trainee clinical scientist in bioinformatics, working in the genetics department of a hospital.

Carol Wallace |Research Technician, University of Aberdeen

Carol is a research technician working in an immunology lab that specialises in fungal disease.

Christian Gude |PhD Student, Synthetic Biology Research Centre, University of Nottingham

Christian makes plastics from waste gases using genetically engineered bacteria.

The Schools

  • St Dominic’s High School, Belfast
  • St Benedict’s Catholic High School, Alcester
  • Hitchin Boys’ School, Hitchin
  • Shimna Integrated College, Newcastle
  • St Alban’s Catholic High School, Ipswich
  • Heathfield Community College, Heathfield
  • Culvers House Primary School, Mitcham
  • Glen Urquhart High School, Highland
  • Rainham Mark Grammar School, Gillingham
  • All Saints Catholic College Specialist in Humanities, Huddersfield
  • St. Mary’s Menston, a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Ilkley
  • St John Wall Catholic School, Birmingham
Posted on May 29, 2019 by modamy in News. Leave a comment

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