We’re almost halfway through! Two scientists – Christine Cooper and Scott Grandison – are already gone, and the others are shaking in their boots. Who will the students evict next?
The surviving contestants – Mark, Caroline, Gillian and Nizar – are battling to stay on the website and win the final prize: £500 for science communication!
All over the site, the students want to know all about what our scientists do…
How is your research on tuberostemospironine going? Do you have any clear results yet?
How long does it take to get a new medicine cleared to be used by the public?
are you trying to code the growth of plants and people into equations or trying to map the growth pattern or the shapes the cells change into?
… what a career in science research is like…
How did you begin doing science? Did you enjoy it when you were at school?
How did you decide on what scientist you were going to be- did you always have an interest in biology?
What do you think about young people interested in science and those not interested in science?
… and other topics
Who inspires you- is it a scientist or family member etc.?
why does dog pooh smell strange?
If given the opportunity and if you knew that there would be no repercusions, would you like to hit Tim Westwood? *
Scott Grandison, biologist from the University of East Anglia, was voted off the site yesterday: he wrote to us to say goodbye…
*NB: neither the I’m a Scientist, Get me out of Here! team, nor Gallomanor Communications, Ltd., condone violence against Tim Westwood