In the Cell EXPLORERS Zone classes, youth groups, and their teachers/leaders connect with Cell EXPLORERS team members.
Classes get a 40-minute live structured discussion with the enthusiastic Cell EXPLORERS scientists and can ask follow-up questions. Team members are from local ITs and universities and can be undergraduate or postgraduate science students, research scientists or academic staff.
Read more about the Cell EXPLORERS programme
Watch this video to learn more!
How to Take Part
Teachers: Find out how to book a chat session for your class!
Who is it for?
Much of the activity is pupil-led (the students ask the questions they want to) so different age groups, ability levels, and backgrounds all get something out of it.
- Ages from 8-15
- Primary and secondary schools, academies, and other non-mainstream educational settings
Pupils can ask about the scientists’ daily lives, what encouraged them to become a scientist or what their research is about!
All your students need is internet and access to a computer or tablet. The live chats are text-based (no video or audio needed) and run through this site.
No personal details are shared on the site, all interaction is through text – there is no video or audio used – and we moderate all content. The only students who can log in are those who’ve been given access by their teacher. Teachers and group leaders also moderate the CHAT.
In addition, all Cell EXPLORERS volunteers are Garda vetted through their own institutions
The Cell EXPLORERS programme, and this collaboration with I’m A Scientist, is funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)
Welcome the the Cell EXPLORERS Zone
Where do thoughts come from?
Do you intend to do any more experiments with schools…..in particular our class!
If you could choose any pet what would it be?
What disease or virus would you personally want to cure?
Why did David Attenborough inspire you to become a scientist?
What is your favourite part of being a scientist?
When did you first show an interest in Science?
what age do you have to be to be a scientist ?.
Can u drop science after 3rd year
how did we lern to talk
what is your favourite section in science
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