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Gillespie News: Exclusive Interview!

Dr Cathy Roberts, our Mission Mosquito scientific supervisor, was kind enough to let Danny Krige (Y5) have an exclusive interview with her Q: What made you want to do the mosquito project? A: There were 2 things I heard from professor … Continue reading

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Gillespie news: Lab Helpers

One of the newest roles in the Lab is the ‘Lab Helper’, it allows children who really want to be in the lab committee to prove themselves so they have a slight advantage to become a member of the committee … Continue reading

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Gillespie news: mosquito or not?

The week before last, we updated you on the mosquito project that we have been running. Recently, our scientific advisor who works at UCLH (University College London Hospital), Dr. Cathy Roberts, brought in some canal water from Regents canal in … Continue reading

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Gillespie news: Incredible (obviously) Physics

Incredible (obviously) Physics: The IoP Last academic year, in November 2015, we took part in workshops with the Institute of Physics (IoP). During these workshops we designed drawings for the hoardings for the IoP’s new building. Four people from the … Continue reading

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Gillespie news: Science Spectacular

On the 14th March we are hosting a Science Spectacular at Gillespie. There will be a handful of special guests helping us to answer a question about space. It begins at 5.30pm, when you can come to explore what we’ve … Continue reading

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Gillespie news: new recruit & book review

The New Recruit Out of the blue we were sent a letter from an aspiring young scientist who wanted to be a member of our committee. This was unexpected because it is the middle of the year and the interviews … Continue reading

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Gillespie news: Detecting Data Loggers

Hi our names are Nojus and Reiss. We have recently been working with the data loggers. We have seen fantastic freezing points and bubbling boiling points. Carole asked us to see which is the coldest and the hottest object in the … Continue reading

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