• Question: If you could ask one question to us students, what would you ask?

    Asked by bones to Jamie, Jodie, Kat, Mark, Niamh on 18 Mar 2011 in Categories: .
    • Photo: Mark Hill

      Mark Hill answered on 18 Mar 2011:

      Hello Bones,

      I will be greedy.

      I would like to ask these:
      ‘Please don’t ever think that science is unreachable and not possible to understand. Remember someone understands it somewhere and they also started their science at school. Keep to your ambitions and believe in your ability. Interest is one of the biggest things to have’.

      I would also ask students to ‘Make the most of their science lessons, with the knowledge and enthusiasm of their teachers there for them to tap into. The classroom is the first big step into the world of a scientist and in playing a part in science’.

      Thank you for this opportunity to market my thoughts on inspiring young people to look at science as a career choice.


    • Photo: Jamie Pringle

      Jamie Pringle answered on 18 Mar 2011:

      Hello bones,

      I thought I’d answered this already! Umm.

      What do you think that you have got out of this so far? Not including missing a taught lesson 🙂

    • Photo: Katherine Davies

      Katherine Davies answered on 18 Mar 2011:


      I would like to know what you would make your science lessons better and more inspiring? I remember most of my school science lessons were fairly boring, being read powerpoint slides or off the board, not really exciting at all!

    • Photo: Niamh Nic Daeid

      Niamh Nic Daeid answered on 18 Mar 2011:

      Hiya Bones

      I think it would be have you enjoyed being involved in “Im a scientist” and whats been the best bits ?