Jonathan Booth’s video entry for the Bill Bryson prize 2015

National STEM Centre/The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Bill Bryson Prize 2015 is for creative pieces of science communication about CHANCE and its role in science and mathematics. From chemistry to geology, astronomy to genetics… what are the chances of things happening the way you predict, or discovering something by accident?

Jonathan Booth (Y8) has entered the competition with this video

 

3 comments

JONATHAN BOOTH 8K SETTLE COLLEGE

26th March, 2015 at 7:12pm

HAPPY WITH THE OUT COME HOPE YOU CAN SIT BACK AND LEARN SOMETHING ABOUT SCIENCE AND HOW THE MICROWAVE OVEN WAS INVENTED

Howard- James Hill

29th March, 2015 at 9:01pm

Look great Jonathan – both informative and funny at the same time. Learnt about how the microwave oven was invented by chance. Good luck on winning – great idea with the news theme.

NATHAN BULLOCK

15th April, 2015 at 12:48pm

GREAT WATCHED IT IN SCIENCE WITH MS RONCHETTI AND YOU GOT 10 OUT OF 10 FOR THE EFFORT

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