• Question: at what age did you become interested in science?

    Asked by Adam to Rob, Imad, Hannah, Fern, Christian, Carol on 12 Jun 2019.
    • Photo: Carol Wallace

      Carol Wallace answered on 12 Jun 2019:

      From a young age I was a pain asking why, what and what if questions, and I suppose that was the basis for my everlasting curiosity about my surroundings and the world and the planets and why airplanes stay up in the air and how batteries have improved so much that they can power big cars and, and, and
      It never really stops

    • Photo: Rob Ives

      Rob Ives answered on 12 Jun 2019:

      I’ve always liked animals and animal science. I’ve also always enjoyed taking things apart to see how they worked from the inside – usually I couldn’t put things back together though. I began to enjoy general sciences when I started secondary school.

      I still pull things apart now and end up with extra screws when I try to put them back together – I must stop doing that!

    • Photo: Fern Johnson

      Fern Johnson answered on 13 Jun 2019:

      I really don’t really remember, I always liked it. My parents took me to museums a lot when I was little and I watched animal planet a lot, so I think it’s always been there.