And the winner is Matthew

The students have spoken. The votes have been counted. Double counted…

Congratulations to the Light Zone winner:

Winning scientist - I'm a Scientist March 2014

Matthew Malek

Hard luck to Mike but a massive thank you to all of the students and scientists who took part. You were all brilliant and each and every single one of you has contributed to the great success of this event.

Students, don’t forget to tell us what you think about science now you’ve taken part. Log in to your profile, and fill in the 4 questions in the pink box on the right hand side, to be in with a chance to win a £20 WH Smith voucher. And remember you can still comment on posts and continue the conversation with the scientists.

Posted on March 21, 2014 by ModShane in News. 4 Comments.

4 Responses to And the winner is Matthew

  1. lumiereclair says:

    Looking forward to seeing to seeing the vid! ^.^
    And thanks to ALL the scientists for answering my questions.

    • matthewmalek says:

      Thanks! I’m looking forward to making it! 🙂

      Thank YOU for many good questions, especially during the first week.

      And, yes, thanks to the other Light Zone scientists for some really good conversations!

      • lumiereclair says:

        Will you put a link on this website when it’s done? Or can you tell use where we will be able to find it now?

        • matthewmalek says:

          If it is still possible to do so, I’ll ask the mods to link the vid from here when it is ready. I’ll also put it on my Imperial College webpage. That page is currently a work in progress, as it is one of many projects I’m juggling right now, but you should be able to find it by a web search of my name and Imperial College High Energy Physics group.

          I had a lot of fun in the Light Zone and really enjoyed meeting the other scientists in the competition. So I’ve reached out to Sabina (who also works in London) and Paul (who is not far away, in Cambridge) to see if they want to help me use the prize money. I would have included Mike and Mark, too, but Glasgow is a bit far… and South Africa is even further! So no promises yet, but you may end up seeing a collaborative work! 🙂

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