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Tell us what you want!

It’s almost two weeks since I’m a Scientist ended. Doesn’t time fly? Do you miss it? We do, but we’re maybe a bit sad like that.

Now we want to know what YOU think about it, what you liked and what you didn’t. If you tell us what you thought, it helps us make it better for next time. Also, you’ll go into a prize draw to win £20 of WH Smiths vouchers.

Student survey:

Thanks for telling us, we really appreciate it.

Posted on July 8, 2010 in Project News | Comments Off on Tell us what you want!

Busy, busy, busy!

Well the first week is almost over already and it’s been incredibly hectic. This is already the busiest event we’ve ever run – we’ve had nearly 4,000 visitors, just in the last few days!

Thank you to all the students for the interesting, funny and thought-provoking questions. And thanks to all the scientists for all the hard work they’ve put in answering them.

Students – feel free to comment wherever you want to on the site.

Visitors – although you can’t comment, you are very welcome to have a look round and read everything.

If you want to you can follow us on twitter – our twitter feed is, or the hashtag for the event is #IAS2010 – scientists and teachers, if you are on twitter, please use the hashtag if you are tweeting about the event, then people can find all the comments together.

We are having a whale of a time, we hope you are too. Best of luck everyone!

Posted on March 18, 2010 in Evaluation, Project News | Comments Off on Busy, busy, busy!


Welcome to I’m a Scientist, Get me out of Here! This is the only event in the world* where school students choose which scientists gets some money.

For the next two weeks you young people have the power. Use it wisely my friends.

*As far as we know

Posted on March 3, 2010 in Project News | Comments Off on Welcome!