Thanks to all the students, scientists and teachers that have taken part in the Red Zone!
It has been a fab 4 weeks. We hope you’ve enjoyed it – and we hope you’ve learnt something about what it’s like being a scientist.
There have been some excellent questions asked by students. Here are a couple of my favourites:
Throughout the Zone students have been voting for their favourite scientist. That scientist will win a £500 prize to spend on more science engagement.
We are pleased to announce that the winner is…
Marcello is a bio-technician developing a sensor to detect dangerous mutations in living organisms 🦠
🎊 Congratulations! 🥳
Though the Zone has come to an end, you can view it at any time, to look back at the scientists’ profiles, and see the answers they gave.
We hope you’ll carry on being curious – and keep asking questions!
Thanks so much for taking part.
ModAlex and the Red Zone team
What are your thoughts on the new COVID vaccine? (1 comment)
What percentage of the electromagnetic spectrum is visible light? (1 comment)
Why is there a lowest possible temperature? (1 comment)
If the universe is only 13.8 billion years old why is it 93 billion light years in diameter? If this is true then how (1 comment)
What is the likely hood of a 12 year old betting really sick over Covid 19 (1 comment)