Hello all! Thanks for voting for me, I’m genuinely surprised that I won. I came into the event just wanting to have fun and see how far I got, never did I expect to beat scientists of the Jack, David, … Continue reading
Students have spoken. The votes have been counted. Congratulations Dave, we look forward to hearing how you spend your £500 prize money. Hard luck to Jack and David and thank you to all the other scientists who took part. You … Continue reading
We’ve counted, checked and rechecked the votes and now it’s game over for… No one! It’s a draw! Students, this means your votes are even more important in tomorrow’s final – your single vote really could decide the winner. So … Continue reading
We’ve counted the votes and now it’s time to evict… CHRIS Sorry to see CHRISgo after all your hard work. We hope you’ve had fun. In just 24 hours time the final 2 Quantum Zone scientists will be revealed to … Continue reading
It’s been a fantastic event so far and the scientists have worked hard, answering hundreds of questions between them. But on Friday there can only be one winner in each zone, so some of them have to go. We are … Continue reading
Evictions start tomorrow It’s week 2 and tomorrow sees the start of the evictions, who will be first to go? Get your votes in! Today’s highlights in the Quantum Zone: How naked mole rats could help cure cancer: Would it … Continue reading
The halfway point Week 1 may nearly be over, but we have the evictions to look forward to next week! The power is in the hands of the 5,000+ students. Today’s highlights in the Quantum Zone: Quantum computers vs normal … Continue reading
At day 4 we’re nearly half way through the event. Hope you’re all chatting, asking and voting! Today’s highlights in the Quantum Zone: A headache-inducing question… Where is the universe? It gives me a headache each time I think about … Continue reading
Day 3 and there’s no let up in the number of chats and questions – 4,400 students registered and nearly 2,500 answered questions, not to mention loads more chats! Today’s highlights in the Quantum Zone: We heard about David’s top … Continue reading
It’s only day 2 but the questions keep coming! Over 35 live chats and hundreds more great questions. Today’s highlights in the Quantum Zone: A levitating game of chess… rara97 : explain the levitating chess game jackmiller : They had … Continue reading
And so it begins… I’m a Scientist June 2013 has got off to a busy start. Across all zones we’ve had around 30 live chats, a few thousand questions asked outside of the chats, and there are now 3,300 students … Continue reading
Does bending of light due to warping of space violate Fermat’s Principle or is it that in the principle light goes in a
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What makes something transparent? I know because transparent objects passes light through them but why does it pass (1 Comment)
Thank you from your winner Dave (1 comment)
Why is electric field much larger than magnetic field in an electromagnetic wave? (1 comment)
What makes something transparent? I know because transparent objects passes light through them but why does it pass (1 comment)
Could you make a levitating device using other types of waves? Do the waves have to be longitudinal? (1 comment)
if a seagull got in a fight with a walrus who would win? (1 comment)
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