Science Week 2016

SCIENCE WEEK 2016

It’s British Science Week and girls and teachers throughout GSA schools have been exploring everything from the science of their favourite films to how to send your teddy into space.

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ROBOTS
From exploring the universe to picking up poo – what 11 year olds say robots will be doing in 50 years’ time…

Robots

ASTRONAUTS & ASTROTEDDIES
It’s been a long time since Helen Sharman was the first – and so far only – British woman in space. Girls write about why this is and we also take a look at the science of sending your teddy into space (Edwina, rather than Edward, of course!).

Astronauts

FILM SCIENCE – GOOD OR BAD?
You know all those exciting scenes in the movies – would it happen like that in real life? Or are they a load of old hokum?

Girls and teachers debunk – or otherwise – the science in some of their favourite films.

Film Science

WHY I WANT TO BE AN ENGINEER
We’re trouncing those stereotypes again – here GSA students write about why they want to be an engineer. It’s not all hard hats and scaffolding, you know.

Why I want to be an engineer...

ROBOTS
Why we shouldn’t be scared of robots –

Blog post from Caroline Jordan, GSA President 2016

Robots
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