UK-Japan Young Scientists Workshop: Chemistry

Young scientists from UK and Japan got engaged in science communication.
26 July 2016
Presented by Lucka Bibic


Students from schools in England and Japan came to Cambridge to get a sense of the scientific research going on around the University. To better understand how scientists can communicate their work, one group of 8 students, led by Lucka Bibic, were tasked with making a podcast about the projects the students were involved in. We hear how chemistry holds the key to making gold nanoparticles better and discover how understanding cellulose nanocrystals make colours in insect wings. This podcast was produced by Alex Hurtado, Nabiha Qadir, Subatheena Vimalanathan and Hajime Ueda.


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