Astonishing Science. Spectacular museum.
We would like to thank the following people and organisations who willingly gave up their time and shared their expertise to make this project a success...
We would like to thank the climate science funders for their support of this project:
With additional support from
Climate science teacher panel and their students:
Cerian Angharad, Field Officer for the Association of Science Education, Wales.Christina O’Brien, Convent of Jesus & Mary Language College, London.Keira Stobie, Coombe Girl’s School and Sixth Form, Surrey.Shannon Rodgers, Gunnersbury Catholic School, Brentford.Stephanie McMillan and Caroline Fowler, International Community School, London.Helen Levy, Northwood College, Middlesex.Claudia Mennell, Oakwood School, Horley.Salima Zerrougui, Plumstead Manor School, London.Jill Haynes, Royal High School, Bath.Rebecca Sowden, The Glasgow Academy, Scotland.Chris Wheeldon, The Quest Academy, Croydon.Sharon Tharme, Weatherhead High School & Media Arts College, Wirral.
Carbon Cycle Caper animation:
David Bunting, Director and Narrator; Chris Askew, Announcer; Frazer Barrington, Bianca Pollio and Aaron Warters, Animators; Adam Kirk, Editor; Dave Aston, Sound Design; Robert Lawson, Dominic Shaw and Kate Young, Art Direction.All from University of Sunderland
Have I Got Climate Science for You? Interactive quiz:
Matt Jones, Director and Editor and Martin King, Flash DeveloperIllumina Digital
Dhikshana Turakhia and Jammie Williams, presentersScience Museum Outreach team
James Annan, Senior Scientist, Research Institute for Global Change, JAMSTEC
And the following experts for their invaluable advice and insight into their specialist fields:
Glen Peters, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for International Climate and Environmental Research, Oslo.
John Fullwood, Senior Scientific Consultant, Met Office.
John Commerford, Senior Subject Manager and colleagues, AQA.
Michael Reiss, Professor of Science Education, Institute of Education.