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How students see scientists: Part XI

For the past two years, we have posted a series of blogs over the summer months written by students who give up their free time to undertake work experience placements at the WIMM. In the first of this year’s posts, Casper Woods, a lower sixth student at St Paul’s School in London, tells us about the time he … Continue reading

How students see scientists: Part II

In the second of our series of blogs by students who spent a week of their summer holiday working with scientists in the WIMM, Olivia and Zoe Brandon from Seven Oaks School in Kent explain what they got up to in the lab, and how this has influenced their perception of scientific research. There’s a … Continue reading

How students see scientists: Part I

The WIMM actively supports the development of aspiring young scientists, and every summer the Institute opens its doors to a variety of students at different stages in their academic careers. In July, two A-Level students from the John of Gaunt school in Trowbridge spent a week in the WIMM, getting to know the scientists that … Continue reading

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