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About I’m a Scientist
I’m a Scientist is like school science lessons meet the X Factor! School students choose which scientist gets a prize of £500 to communicate their work.
Scientists and students talk on this website. They both break down barriers, have fun and learn. But only the students get to vote.
This zone is Space Zone. It has a range of scientists who all work in different areas of Space. Who gets the prize? YOU decide!
The Space Zone is sponsored by the wonderful Institute of Physics, paving the way for all manner of space –related discussions, from satellites and cosmology to astrophysics.
Find out more about physics and discover the best online physics resources at physics.org.
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