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3 days ago

Dr ReSearch

I went out in the dark, will get home in the day and spent all day a windowless room! So to cheer myself up Iโ€™m reliving some of the fun Iโ€™ve had with our primary science ambassadors in Ferryhill this week. Making fizzy melting dough๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿผโ€๐Ÿ”ฌ ...

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4 months ago

Dr ReSearch

Great to be working with a new set of Primary Science Ambassadors from Ferryhill & Chilton schools. Itโ€™s great to see them develop in confidence and hear their ideas for the future - watch out world ๐Ÿ˜Well done to the 36 primary Science Ambassadors from Broom Cottages, Chiton, Cleves Cross, Dean Bank, Ferryhill Station and West Cornforth who were all amazing at their first training day courtesy of Durham University Physics Outreach, Business Durham, NetPark, Dr Research and Ogden Trust. Massive thank you to Dr Lorriane Coghill and Dr Jenny Search who inspired the girls with their love of science! ...

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6 months ago

Dr ReSearch

Been inspired by the Apollo anniversary, but not able to make it to our exhibition? Learn all about the Moon, including where it came from and how we travelled there, and download a My Moon Adventure booklet for your little astronauts to fill out at home or school on our Moon Hub! Visit iop.org/moon and begin your Moon Adventure online ๐ŸŒ• ๐Ÿš€ ...

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6 months ago

Dr ReSearch

Iโ€™ve got something in my eye ๐Ÿ˜Hello I am Leah, one of the Science Ambassadors from Cleves Cross primary and I have worked with Ambassadors from all the Ferryhill, Chilton and West Cornforth primary schools. I have really enjoyed being a Science Ambassador this year. I loved doing the science clubs, training, the opening of the Phiz Lab, the Rolls Royce and Netpark visits and learning all the science facts. I hope next years Science Ambassadors love it as much as we did! Meeting an astronaut was amazing too! I enjoyed meeting Dr Jenny and Dr Lorraine and all the scientists. Our science club at school was super fun. We have made rockets, slime, oobleck and electronics. Oobleck is a liquid and a solid. In your hand it is a liquid but if you punch or poke it, itโ€™s hard. Also we learned about electronics, we connected wires from a battery to a fan, a buzzer and a light bulb. Itโ€™s all been amazing thanks to the Ogden Trust, Durham University Physics Outreach, Business Durham and Approach Too. ...

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