Darmstadtium Zone Report – November 2019

Read the report: Darmstadtium Zone Report – November 2019 [PDF]

The Darmstadtium Zone was a themed zone supported by Wellcome. It featured six scientists:

  • Simon Brown is a technician at University of Bath chemistry department.
  • Selen Ozbek is a psychologist, investigating how blindness affects the circadian rhythm of veterans and army personnel.
  • Paul Laurance-Young, the winner in this Zone, is a biomedical scientist in cellular pathology.
  • Nawapat Kaweeyanun is a space physicist looking at Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede, preparing for a mission to find out if it once hosted life.
  • Natalie Fowler is a clinical scientist working at a hospital, ensuring the correct machines are being used and are working properly for the sickest patients.
  • Katy Bruce is a PhD student in Forensic Chemistry, looking at whether traces of makeup at a crime scene could be used as reliable sources of evidence.
Posted on January 15, 2020 by modjen in 2019, Wellcome Trust, Zone Reports. Comments Off on Darmstadtium Zone Report – November 2019