The Young Scientists Programme has enjoyed a successful year, hosting 33 state secondary school students for work experience at the School throughout 2013. The Programme has recently secured funding until 2018, allowing the School to continue providing the inspiration and … Continue reading
Category Archives: Young scientists
Flusurvey, run by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, has teamed up with the British Science Association to monitor the spread of the flu virus in schools at a national level for the first time. Young people are … Continue reading
Where do mosquitoes sleep? If I get bitten a lot, will I still have enough blood left? These were just two of the questions curious 11 year-olds asked medical entomologist Ailie Robinson yesterday.
Around 200 science enthusiasts flocked to hear Dr Alma Adler, Dr Ken Eames and Dr James Logan talk about their latest research at the annual Cheltenham Science Festival. This year the festival, dubbed the ‘Glastonbury of science’, sold over 40,000 … Continue reading
Over 200 secondary school students from 16 west London schools attended the Schools Science Conference on 19 March at the Royal College of Pathologists. London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine environmental health experts, Katie Greenland and Dr Elisa Roma, … Continue reading
Dr Jennifer Rogers, Research Fellow in the School’s Department of Medical Statistics, was among young scientists selected to take part in the ‘Voice of the Future’ event at the House of Commons on Wednesday 20 March. Organised by the Society … Continue reading
1,350 visitors came to meet the bugs and our scientists at the School’s first ever appearance at Bloomsbury Festival last weekend (October 21-22). A team of entomological experts told people about vectors and the School’s work to tackle the diseases … Continue reading