Entries for 2005

Entries for 2004

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Diary entries about
15 April 2005

Scientists write about their day
Over three dozen scientists and university students, from Japan to France to Brisbane to Glasgow, characterise their day in science.

Shadowing on
15 April 2005


University of New South Wales  
Stories by science undergraduates who shadowed 2 dozen scientists.

Kingsgrove North High School
Two high school students
shadowed university students.

Pymble Ladies' College
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A high school student shadowed
her big sister in chemistry honours.


University of Edinburgh  
Postgraduate students recount

their day in scientific research.


Pompeu Fabra University  
Science Communication postgraduates
capture scientists on video.


Universidad de Uruguay  

Science undergraduates and postgraduates
characterise a day in several research projects.


Worldwide day in Science


Student Competition
$100 Prize

Our winner explained in "100 words or fewer" why she concluded that one report was best at illustrating the appeal of a life in science.

Congratulations and our $100 prize to:

Bernadette Phu
Mary McKillop College, Wakely, New South Wales Australia.

Bernadette nominated a story by UNSW Advanced Science student, Miruna Thaventhiran.
The story covered research in the psychology of fear by Adam Guastella, PhD.

Honourable mentions have been awarded to:

Arthur Chee
Kingsgrove North High School

Christopher Mavromoustakos Gymea Technology High School

Elena Mavromoustakos
Gymea Technology High School

Fionia Chan
St. George Girls High School

Rebecca Chan.





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