Interview on BBC Bristol with Luke Barnes & Simon Pugh-Jones. Put to Images from the BigBang Science Fair 2010 (just to make it a little more interesting!)
Just a quick note:
Luke Barnes won the Society of Biology award for the best biology project in the UK!
Some long awaited photos from Day 1 of The Big Bang Science Fair. For some reason I cannot upload a post with an embedded slide show at the moment… but head over to the Picasa Album to have a look.
Technically the title of this post is wrong. It’s day 2 today, although I didn’t write about day 1 yesterday due to tiredness! To give you an idea of the dedication we have to update you all; it’s now 5:45 and I’m sitting at my laptop drinking coffee!
‘WOW’ is the only word I can use to describe the Big Bang Fair! WOW Indeed! My stand has been judged twice today and I’m looking forward to the results this evening. I’ve been told that our Lab team have also had a very busy time, but I’ve been so busy I haven’t seen them!
The show is now sold out and a total of 20,000 people will be coming through the doors over the three days (including yesterday). It really is amazing. If you’re looking for more photos, have a look at the Big Bang Fair’s Facebook Group.
Greetings from the Big Bang Fair in Manchester!
As you may be aware we are in manchester from now until Saturday for two reasons:
1) I (Luke Barnes) am in the finals of the National Science and Engineering Competition (intermediate age category, science devision). This means that I have a little display up here, displaying my work on Changing orchid altitudes in the Sikkim Himalayas.
2) We (Writhlington Orchid Project) have a stand demonstrating our STEM Club (Science, technology, engineering & maths). This will include demonstrations of Micropropagation of Orchids at the show, as well as talking to people about our project.
I look forward to keeping you up to date on both of these ‘strands’ or our presence at the Big Bang. It looks so far like it’s going to be an amazing event!
Until next time!