CASE STUDIES

These adventurous, curious and passionate students and teachers inspire our work. 

 

Read their stories and discover how real research has impacted their lives.

STUDENTAmy WalterPlymouth High School for GirlsSubject: Astronomy, Physics

A pandemic could not hold back this budding astronomer from researching the stars. She turned a time of uncertainty and transition into a growth opportunity.

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STUDENTSahiba KhuranaAlec Reed Academy, LondonSubject: Medicine

In Year 10, Sahiba was awarded a Silver Crest Award for her first-ever research project. Her work tracked the Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica using satellite images.

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TEACHERJames AllenHelston Community College, CornwallSubject: Biology

A huge supporter of research in schools, the Head of Biology for Helston Community College believes experience is key to truly understanding science.

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TEACHERRazika BerbouchaLampton School, LondonSubject: Physics

Recipient of the international Gratnells National Science Technician of the Year Award, Razika is passionate about physics and research in schools.

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STUDENTLauren ChartersSimon Langton Girls’ Grammar School, KentSubject: Behaviour science

At 17, this pioneering young scientist led her peers on a research project which proved the physical and mental benefits of biodiversity.

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STUDENTEllie FoxTapton School, YorkshireSubject: Biology

Investigating the genes of zebrafish embryos turned this nonplussed student into a passionate scientist who continues to charter her course within biological research.

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STUDENTPeter HatfieldSimon Langton Grammar School for Boys, KentSubject: Astrophysics, Engineering, Maths

From collecting galactic data to designing a cosmic ray detector, research in school propelled Peter into a career of scientific research.

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STUDENTDr Chantal NobsFolkstone Grammar School, KentSubject: Physics

Her exposure to physics research during her A levels, and a school trip to CERN, convinced this now scientist that research was an achievable goal. 

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